The definitive, hugely influential comparative history of the English, American, French and Russian revolutions from a renowned American scholar. “Classic” and “famous,” The Anatomy of Revolution examines the patterns and processes that all revolutions share.
“Such is [Professor Brinton’s] wit and historical knowledge that what might have become a syllogistic hash in lesser hands turns out to be a keen and perceptive exposition and , like a well-conducted seminar, sets the mind of the reader racing off on its owns.” —The New Yorker
About Crane Brinton
Crane Brinton (1898–1968) was an American historian of France who was a professor at Harvard University from 1942 until his death. Before securing that position, Brinton studied there as a student and received a Rhodes Scholarship allowing him to attend Oxford… More about Crane Brinton
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Published by Vintage Aug 12, 1965| 320 Pages| 4-3/16 x 6-7/8| ISBN 9780394700441
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