Amsterdam

Amsterdam

A History of the World's Most Liberal City

Book - 2013
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A historical portrait of Amsterdam and the ideas that make it unique explores the ongoing efforts of its citizens to navigate its seaside challenges and democratic philosophies, revealing the influence of the liberal ideals that evolved there.
Publisher: New York :, Doubleday,, 2013
Random House Inc 2013
Edition: First Edition
ISBN: 9780385534574
Branch Call Number: 949.2 SHO NVD
Characteristics: 357 pages

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Jun 11, 2018

This book/Audio Book is great! I may be moving to Amsterdam in a few months and wanted to learn more about its history. I’ve been to the city many times but didn’t really know the history. This audio book literally made me laugh and cry. It was very interesting. You will learn about the ancient history all the way to recent history. I was very impressed. The only thing I didn’t like about the audio book is the CDs end in random places, even cutting off some words sometimes. But other than that I highly recommend. I will definitely seek out other books/audio books by this author. I use audio books because I am not very good at reading but I also like to follow along with the physical book too. If that’s also what you like to do than this will definitely be a good option for you.

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