Conspiracy in the French Revolution
Conspiratorial views of events abound even in our modern, rational world. Often such theories serve to explain the inexplicable. Sometimes they are developed for motives of political expediency: it is simpler to see political opponents as conspirators and terrorists, putting them into one convenient basket, than to seek to understand and disentangle the complex motivations...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published May 15th 2010 by Manchester University Press
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