Charles S. Maier

Charles S. Maier is Leverett Saltonstall Professor of History at Harvard University.

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Cover: Among Empires: American Ascendancy and Its PredecessorsAmong Empires: American Ascendancy and Its PredecessorsMaier, Charles S.PAPERBACK10/30/2007$26.00
Cover: Leviathan 2.0: Inventing Modern StatehoodLeviathan 2.0: Inventing Modern StatehoodMaier, Charles S.PAPERBACK04/21/2014$22.50
Cover: Once Within Borders: Territories of Power, Wealth, and Belonging since 1500Once Within Borders: Territories of Power, Wealth, and Belonging since 1500Maier, Charles S.HARDCOVER10/17/2016$29.95
Cover: The Shock of the Global: The 1970s in PerspectiveThe Shock of the Global: The 1970s in PerspectiveFerguson, Niall
Maier, Charles S.
Manela, Erez
Sargent, Daniel J.
PAPERBACK10/15/2011$28.00
Cover: The Unmasterable Past: History, Holocaust, and German National Identity, With a New PrefaceThe Unmasterable Past: History, Holocaust, and German National Identity, With a New PrefaceMaier, Charles S.PAPERBACK03/30/1998$35.00
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