Modern World History: Patterns of Interaction, California Edition
Super Savings Item! Save 39% on the Modern World History: Patterns of Interaction, California Edition by McDougal Littel at Cmc Schools. MPN: Amazon_20180704_93.94_23.76_3375. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Unit 1: Beginnings of the Modern World 1300-1800Unit 2: Absolutism to Revolution 1500-1900Unit 3: Industrialism and the Race for Empire 1700-1914Unit 4: The World at War 1900-1945Unit 5: Perspectives on the Present 1945-PresentUsed Book in Good Condition.
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Unit 1: Beginnings of the Modern World 1300-1800Unit 2: Absolutism to Revolution 1500-1900Unit 3: Industrialism and the Race for Empire 1700-1914Unit 4: The World at War 1900-1945Unit 5: Perspectives on the Present 1945-PresentUsed Book in Good Condition.
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