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Safe for Democracy: The Anglo-American Response to Revolution, 1913-1923

by Lloyd C. Gardner

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0195041550, Paperback)

This ground-breaking book probes the way that two capitalist superpowers, Great Britain and the United States, responded to the momentous challenge of revolution that emerged during the early years of this century. Focusing on two key figures--Woodrow Wilson and David Lloyd George--the book explores the collective impact on the Western democracies of the revolutions that swept Mexico in 1910, China in 1911, and, especially, Russia in 1917.

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Focusing on two key figures - Woodrow Wilson and Lloyd George - this book explores the collective impact on the western democracies of the revolutions that swept Mexico in 1910, China in 1911, and especially Russia in 1917.

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