1848: European revolutions

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Rapport, M.;
  • Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
  • Subject: D204 | D1

Discusses the various ways in which the European revolutions of 1848-9 contributed to the shaping of modern democratic ideas and practices. It also takes cognisance of the limitations of these achievements.
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