The Anatomy of Revolution

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Vintage Books, 1965 - History - 310 pages
An analysis of the English, American, French, and Russian revolutions as they exhibit universally applicable patterns of revolutionary thought and action

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User Review  - jcovington - LibraryThing

While his concepts are dated, Crane Brinton's work provides a very clear and concise method for analyzing and comparing Revolutions. It is a fun way to introduce Historiography. Read full review

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Essential for the study of revolutions. First published in 1938, revised regularly through the next decades. Read full review

Contents

CONTENTS
3
THE OLD REGIMES
27
Classes and Class Antagonisms
50
Copyright

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brinton, ph.d. graduated from harvard and attended oxford university as a rhodes scholar.

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