|Title: ||Liberals, Jacobins and Grey Masses in 1917|
|Citation: ||In: Haynes, M. and Wolfreys, J. (Eds.), History and Revolution: Refuting Revisionism, 93-117|
|Publisher: ||London: Verso|
|Issue Date: ||2007 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.versobooks.com/books/ghij/h-titles/haynes_wolfreys_history.shtml|
|Abstract: ||In History and Revolution, a group of respected historians confronts the conservative, revisionist trends in historical enquiry that have been dominant in the last twenty years. Ranging from an exploration of the English, French, and Russian revolutions and their treatment by revisionist historiography, to the debates and themes arising from attempts to downplay revolution’s role in history, History and Revolution also engages with several prominent revisionist historians, including Orlando Figes, Conrad Russell and Simon Schama. (Verso)|
|Type: ||Book chapter|
English Civil War
|Appears in Collections: ||Europe: Trend and Transformation Research Group|
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