What are the pervasive forces for change in the modern world? Looking back on political,social, and economic upheavals of the past two hundred years, a casual observer might conclude that it has been politics alone. Conversely, Stunkel and Sarsar assert that ideology, technology, and values played equally as crucial roles then as they do now. As three of the most influential 'ideas' in the modern world-ideology, values and technology are acutely addresed in this volume in order to clarify what they are and what their significance is for political life.
Kenneth R. Stunkel is Professor of History at Monmouth College. Saliba Sarsar is Associate Professor of Political Science at Monmouth College.
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