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On Globalisation and Twentieth-Century History: Some Inquiries About a Comparative Approach*

@inproceedings{dAgata2007OnGA,
  title={On Globalisation and Twentieth-Century History: Some Inquiries About a Comparative Approach*},
  author={Raffaele d'Agata},
  year={2007}
}
Understanding globalisation appears to be the main motive for studying twentieth-century international history today. Though, there is no shared opinion among scholars until now about how any facts we know may fit such a viewpoint. And that requires some theoretical work in the first place. Of course, the current meaning of globalisation is not very far from everyday life: it might sound rather trivial, as well. But that is no reason to create any unnecessary sophistications while stating it… Expand

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