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    Revolutions and the Revolutionary Tradition: In the West 1560-1991 By David Parker
    2000 | 256 Pages | ISBN: 0415172950 , 0415172942 | PDF | 3 MB

    Revolutions presents eight European case studies including the English revolution of 1649, the French Revolution and the recent revolutions within the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe (1989-1991) and examines them not only in their specific political, economic and social contexts but also as part of the wider European revolutionary tradition. A chapter on the American Revolution is also included as a revolution which grew out of European expansionism and political culture. Revolutions brings together leading writers on European history, who make a major contribution to the controversial debate on the role of revolution in the development of European history. This is a truly comparative book which includes discussion on each of the following key themes:
    * the causes of revolution, including the importance of political, social and economic factors
    * the effects of political and philisophical ideas or ideology on the revolution
    * the form and process of a revolution, including the importance of violence and popular support
    * the outcome of revolution, both short-term and long-term
    * the way revolution is viewed in history particularly since the collapse of Communism in Europe.[​IMG]
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