Curtin's "Cross-Cultural Trade in World History"
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The paper examines Philip Curtin's critically-acclaimed text, "Cross-Cultural Trade in World History" and evaluates a significant issue within the body of the text. The paper aims to demonstrate that trade among peoples never entails merely the exchange of goods; rather, it entails the creation of cultural linkages as well as the forging of new ideas due to the collision of different modes of thinking.
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Curtin's "Cross-Cultural Trade in World History" (2006, December 01) Retrieved January 18, 2021, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/curtin-cross-cultural-trade-in-world-history-129999/
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