This book helped put things in historical perspective. Much like Gun Germs and Steel, the book describes how Geography, population, and psychology intermixed to form the world today. The best example is that African's natural resistence to malaria made them more attractive as slaves then Europeans, which had been used till they kept dying of malaria.
The neutrality of the information. There was not much slant, bias, or commentary in the text. The author did a good job of presenting the facts.
This book would not translate well to film.
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