The Origin and Principles of the American Revolution, Compared With the Origin and Principles of the French Revolution

The Origin and Principles of the American Revolution, Compared With the Origin and Principles of the French Revolution

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The Origin and Principles of the American Revolution is perhaps one of the most important books written on the American Revolution by a European author. It is an original study of the subject by a conservative, objective German observer who acknowledges the legitimacy of the American Revolution, but also asserts at the same time that it was not a revolution but a legitimate transition.

The Liberty Fund edition is supplemented by a new introduction and annotations that provide the reader with historical and contextual background to better create a more robust picture of Gentz's thought.

Peter Koslowski was Professor of Philosophy at VU University Amsterdam.

Publisher: Indianapolis : Liberty Fund, Inc., c2010
ISBN: 9780865978201
0865978204
Branch Call Number: E211 .G33 2010
Characteristics: xviii, 132 p. ; 20 cm
Additional Contributors: Adams, John Quincy 1767-1848

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