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The Debate on the French Revolution (Issues in Historiography)

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This book deals with the various types of revolutionary history and the numerous schools of historical thought concerned with the French Revolution. The survey of writings presents a cross-section of historians of the Revolution from the early nineteenth century right up to the present day. From liberals to conservatives and from Marxists to revisionists, it focuses on th
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Paperback, 192 pages
Published May 15th 2007 by Manchester University Press (first published July 24th 2006)
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