It began with a word–Liberty–and grew into a battle cry that spanned two continents and ushered in the modern world. Get the big picture in three compelling narratives accompanied by animated maps, period music, and more.
“The best integrated Civil War disc we’ve found…. Much more than just the sum of its parts, this edition gets an enthusiastic recommendation for library collections and Civil War enthusiasts.”
–Harvard University Libraries review of CD-ROM edition
English philosopher Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679) famously described life in a state of nature as “solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short,” a condition in which human beings are obliged to engage in an endless war of “all against all.” For Hobbes and other Enlightenment...