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It will re-emphasize the strength and vitality of the roots that supported the growth of democracy in the Old and New Worlds. This is the most important book on the Europe of the French Revolution published in English for more than a generation. It marks the turn of the tide, demonstrating as it does the hollowness of the current conservative interpretation of the Revolution and it will discredit for the future all sloppy generalizations about Jacobins, demagogues, and revolutionary mobs. Plumb, New York Review of Books.
He has the rare gift of analyzing a historical situation in a manner that reveals, at the same time, both its past and its present significance.
Salwyn Schapiro, Saturday Review. A reading of this book should help many to an explicit examination of their beliefs that may strengthen them and should certainly clarify them. Palmer concludes his patient and magisterial reassessment of the revolutionary ferment that stirred Europe and America between and While Volume I covered thirty-two years, Volume II covers only eight, and the detail is correspondingly enriched.
The stage remains the same, a vast stage extending from Scotland to Sicily and from Moscow to the Mississippi. Manipulating the spotlight of attention with skill and precision, Palmer shifts the focus from country to country, clarifying the particular conditions and specific developments in each.