Timeline of the Age of Affluence

Some call it the Postmodern Age. Others: The Age of Prosperity. Whatever the labels, this post covers history from 1945 to early 1989, at the end of the Reagan administration. Lots of information here.

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Timeline of the Age of Populism

Some call it the Age of Anxiety or Zenith of Modernism. Or it could be called the Beginning of the People’s Century. This post covers history, philosophy and religion, literature, art and architecture and goes from WWI through WWII.

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Outline of the Age of Populism

Some call it the Age of Anxiety or Zenith of Modernism. Others call it the Beginnings of the People’s Century, when regular people got more political power. This post covers history, philosophy and religion, literature, art and architecture and goes from WWI to WWII

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Timeline of the Gilded Age

Some call it Early Modernism. The British call in the late Victorian and Edwardian Ages. Whatever the labels, this post covers history, philosophy and religion, literature, and art and architecture and goes from 1871 to 1914.

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Outline of the Gilded Age

Some call it Early Modernism. The British call it the Late Victorian and Edwardian Ages. Whatever the labels, this post covers history, philosophy and religion, literature, and art and architecture and goes from 1871 to 1914.

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Timeline of the Triumph of Bourgeoisie

This post reviews history, philosophy and religion, literature, art and architecture and goes from 1830 to 1871.

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Outline of the Triumph of the Bourgeoisie

This post reviews history, philosophy and religion, literature, art and architecture and goes from 1830 to 1871. The “bourgeoisie” means the middle or business class standing between the old aristocracy and the working class.

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Timeline of the Age of Revolutions and Reactions

Some call this time from 1789-1830 the Napoleonic Era (d. 1821). This post covers history, philosophy and religion, literature, and art and architecture. How did these areas react to the French Revolution and Napoleon?

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