Revolutions and revolutionary movements

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Westview Press, Aug 4, 1991 - History - 336 pages
With crucial insights and indispensable information concerning modern-day political upheavals, the third edition of this widely used book provides a representative cross section of many of the most significant revolutions of the modern era.

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Theories of Revolution
The Attempted Revolution of 1905

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About the author (1991)

James DeFronzo is associate professor emeritus of sociology at the University of Connecticut. He is the editor of Revolutionary Movements in World History: 1750 to the Present (2006), a three-volume encyclopedia, as well as the author of numerous articles on criminology, social policy related to crime, revolutionary movements (in the encyclopedia), teaching a revolutions course, demography, gender issues, and social stratification. Since the spring of 1985, more than seven thousand students have completed his Revo­lutionary Movements course, from which this book was developed.

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