Lawrence Kaplan, ed. Revolutions: A Comparative Study.

Biblioteca / 1970-1979

Lawrence Kaplan, ed. Revolutions: A Comparative Study.

New York: Vintage Books, 1973.

CONTENTS

Preface

Introduction

Part I

Definitions of Revolution

1 – Marx on Revolution

2 – Intellectuals and Revolution / Max Nomad

3 – Recent Academic Views of Revolution / Lawrence Stone

Part II

Revolution in Early Modern History

4 – Revolution and Continuity in Early Modern Europe / J.H. Elliot

5 – The English Revolution / Aistin Woolrych

6 – The American Revolution / Gordon Wood

Part III

The Great French Revolution

7 – The Uniqueness the French Revolution / Eric Hobsbawm

8 – The French Revolution in the Context of World History / Georges Lefebvre

9 – The Revolutionary Crowd in History / Georges Rudé

Part IV

Nineteenth-Century Revolutions

10 – The French Revolution of 1848 / Karl Marx

11 – The German Revolution of 1848 / Theodore Hamerow

12 – The Paris Commune of 1871 / Jean Gacon

13 – The Historical Significance of the Paris Commune / Lenin

Part V

Twentieth-Century Revolutions: Russian, Chinese and Vietnamese

14 – The Russian Revolution of 1917 / Edward Carr

15 – The Russian Revolution and Wars of National Liberation / Ho Chi Minh

16 – The Chinese Communist Revolution / Maurice Meisner

17 – Revolutionary War in China / Mao Tse-tung

18 – People’s War in China and Vietnam / Mark Selden

Part VI

Twentieth-Century Revolutions: Mexican, Cuban, Algerian and the French Student Rebellion

19 – The Mexican Revolution / Daniel Cosío Villegas

20 – The Cuban Revolution / Maurice Zeitlin

21 – The Revolutionary Transformation of the Algerian Woman / Frantz Fanon

22 – The French Stdudent Rebellion / Gabriel and Daniel Cohn-Bendit

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