The age of revolution, 1789-1848

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New American Library, 1962 - History - 416 pages
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User Review  - nog - LibraryThing

Considered a classic. I found his long sentence constructions awkward, necessitating one to reread to get his meaning. Bogs down in pedantic glosses, assumes a great deal of background with various political movements. Not for the lay reader, certainly. Read full review

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User Review  - Noisy - LibraryThing

Well. What can I say. He makes the same category error as Stephen Jay Gould in attempting to treat people as a 'mass' rather than individuals. His analysis fails on that ground, and if he'd ... Read full review

Contents

the world in the 1780s
7
the industrial revolution
27
the french revolution
53
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