Steven Laurence Kaplan, Keith Michael Baker
The French Revolution, one of history's few truly seminal events, has shaped every aspect of our development and behavior: our institutions, our constitutions, our social relations, our ideologies, our economic growth, our wars, our very language. The two hundredth anniversary of this monumental event is an auspicious time to reflect critically on the Revolution, its impact, and its interpretation. This series presents the latest thinking on both sides of the Atlantic on important aspects of the Revolution in thematically focused, self-contained essays.
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