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The Anatomy of revolution

Author: Brinton, Crane Publisher: Vintage Books, 1965.Edition: Revised and expanded ed.Language: EnglishDescription: 310 p. ; 18 cm.ISBN: 0394700449Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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The Anatomy of Revolution Contents Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION I. The Field of Study 3 II. The Bare Elements of Scientific Methods 8 III. The Application of Scientific Methods to This Study 13 IV. Limitations of the Subject 21 Chapter 2 THE OLD REGIMES I. The Diagnosis of Preliminary Signs 27 II. Structural Weaknesses, Economic and Political 28 III. The Transfer of Allegiance of the Intellectuals IV. Classes and Class Antagonisms 50 V. Summary 65 Chapter 3 FIRST STAGES OF REVOLUTION I. The Eternal Figaro 67 II. The Events of the First Stages 69 III. Spontaneity or Planning? 77 IV. The Role of Force 86 V. The Honeymoon 90 Chapter 4 TYPES OF REVOLUTIONISTS I. The Cliché! 92 II. Economic and Social Position: Rank and File 95 III. Economic and Social Position: Leaders101 IV. Character and Disposition 105 V. Summary 119 Chapters 5 THE RULE OF THE MODERATES I. The Problem of the Moderates 121 II. Events During the Rule of the Moderates 124 III. Dual Sovereignty 132 IV. Weaknesses of the Moderates V. Summary 137 145 Chapter 6 THE ACCESSION OF THE EXTREMISTS I. The Coup d'États 148 II. Organization of the Extremists 150 III. Fitness the Extremists 160 IV. The Machinery of Dictatorship 171 Chapter 7 REIGNS OF TERROR AND VIRTUE I. Pervasiveness the Tenor II. The Terror and the Outsider III. The Terror and the Insider: The Religious Parellel IV. Explanation of the Terror Chapter 8 THERMIDOR I. Universality of the Thermidorean Reaon II. Amnesty and Repression IV. The Search for Plein V. Russia Permanent Revolution? VI. Summary Chapter 9 A SUMMARY OF THE WORK OF REVOLUTIONS I. Changes in Institutions and Ideas II. Some Tentative Uniformities III. A Paradox of Revolution Epilogue: 1964 Bibliographical Appendix Historical Writing on the Four Revolutions A. England B. America C. France D. Russia II. The Wisdom of the Ages III. The Marxists IV. The Sociology of Revolutions Index 205 214 218 225 235 176 177 181 198 237 250 261 265 272 285 287 290 297

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