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Why revolution? Theories and analyses.

Author: Clifford T Paynton; Robert Blackey
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass., Schenkman Pub. Co.; distributed by General Learning Press, Morristown, N.J. [©1971]
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Paynton, Clifford T.
Why revolution?
Cambridge, Mass., Schenkman Pub. Co.; distributed by General Learning Press, Morristown, N.J. [©1971]
(OCoLC)755017589
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Clifford T Paynton; Robert Blackey
OCLC Number: 428504
Description: vi, 313 pages illustrations 23 cm
Contents: Origins of a concept: Aristotle. Man and revolution. Griewank, K. Emergence of the concept of revolution.--Determinants of revolution: Pettee, G. The process of revolution. Amann, P. Revolution: a redefinition. Edwards, L.P. Advanced symptoms of revolution. Brinton, C. The anatomy of revolution. Gottschalk, L. Causes of revolution. Neumann, S. The international civil war. Eckstein, H. On the etiology of internal wars. Ellwood, C.A.A psychological theory of revolutions. Le Bon, G. The psychology of revolutions. Davies, J.C. Toward a theory of revolution. Johnson, C. Revolution and the social system. Tucker, R.C. The Marxian revolutionary idea.--Stages of revolution: Hopper, R.D. The revolutionary process. Lubasz, H. What is revolution?--Summary statement: Stone, L. Theories of revolution. Blackey, R. and Paynton, C.T. Writings on revolution.--Bibliography (p 295-313).
Responsibility: Edited with introductions by Clifford T. Paynton and Robert Blackey.

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