The Shape of the New
Four Big Ideas and How They Made the Modern WorldBook - 2015
Examines "Adam Smith, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, Charles Darwin, and Karl Marx--heirs of the Enlightenment who embodied its highest ideals about progress--and shows how their thoughts, over time and in the hands of their followers and opponents, transformed the very nature of our beliefs, institutions, economies, and politics"--Amazon.com.
Publisher: Princeton : Princeton University Press, 
Branch Call Number: History 909.4 Mon
Alternative Title: Four big ideas and how they made the modern world