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A decade of revolution, 1789-1799, (The Rise of modern Europe) (edition 1934)

by Crane Brinton (Author)

Series: The Rise of Modern Europe (1789-1799)

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Title:A decade of revolution, 1789-1799, (The Rise of modern Europe)
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Info:Harper & Row (1934), Edition: First Edition/First Printing
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4459. A Decade of Revolution 1789-1799, by Crane Brinton (read 14 Jul 2008) This is a book, published in 1934, in the series The Rise of Modern Europe. It is much heavier on analysis than on narrative history, and so its age does show and I thought detracted from its significance, at least for me. He is rather dismissive of religion which did not endear him to me. But I do not regret reading the book. It is only the 6th volume in the series I have read but that I will read all 18 volumes is very doubtful. ( )
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INTRODUCTION
Our age of specialization produces an almost incredible amount of monographic research in all fields of human knowledge.
Chapter One
THE MONARCHICAL EXPERIMENT: THE SETTING
I. Introduction
The French Revolution is one of the few events of modern history toward which, even today, a man may entertain a feeling of awe.
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