By Colin McEvedy, Richard M. Jones
The ebook information inhabitants adjustments in each sector of the planet from four hundred BC to 1978 advert. McEvedy and Jones used seventy line graphs and accompanying observation textual content to explain inhabitants adjustments in seventy areas. the single unfavorable point of this e-book is that the authors estimates of pre-European, local American populations are significantly below such a lot different estimates and appear a little bit outmoded. whereas many books describe inhabitants alterations, few conceal any such large breadth of house and time and few supply quite a bit info so without delay. This publication is far liked and different books like this would definitely be welcome.
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Atlas of World Population History (Hist Atlas) by Colin McEvedy, Richard M. Jones