There could be some slightly better editing. For instance, in the start of a section on Russia in the 1970s, French claims that no one died of starvation under the communists. Maybe post-WW II, but I’m not willing to buy such a statement. I wouldn’t buy it about any country in the world. Still, this last volume is worth reading, though it is far more political centered then the others. The political looks I what makes it worth reading. Though, as in the other three, the history is limited to a few countries. Apparently, there was never feminism in Canada, for instance. Still I am glad I read it.