SOURCE: Age of Revolutions
by Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall
"If Robespierre was not by nature a murderous despot, who was he and what does he have to teach us – especially at a time, like that of the French Revolution, when progressives and liberals are divided about how to prioritize the rights of minoritized groups?"
SOURCE: New York Review of Books
by David A. Bell
Colin Jones's book examines the events of one day, but poses big questions about popular will and the legitimacy of the state.
by Colin Jones
The eventful 9 Thermidor (July 27, 1794) is seen as a pivotal day for French Revolution. Colin Jones digs deep into the archival documentation of the day and argues that the day's significance is real but misunderstood.
SOURCE: The Weekly Standard
by Gertrude Himmelfarb
Edmund Burke’s war on terror—and ours.
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