Preconditions of Revolution in Early Modern Europe, Volume 10
Robert Forster, Jack P. Greene
Johns Hopkins Press, 1970 - Europe - 214 pages
"This book grew out of a colloquium ... given by the editors during the academic year 1968-69 in the Department of History at the Johns Hopkins University." Includes bibliographical references.
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