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Pattern and Repertoire in History

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ISBN 9780674418479

Publication Date: 06/30/2002

413 pages

45 line illustrations; 17 maps, 79 tables

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  • Preface
    • 1. Analytical History: Where History and Sociology Meet
  • Part I: Revolutions
    • 2. European Variants of the French Revolution
    • 3. Building Blocks of the French Revolution
    • 4. The American Revolution
    • 5. General Strikes, Mushroom Strikes
  • Part II: Wars
    • 6. Wars for Territorial Expansion
    • 7. The Constraints of Logistics
  • Part III: Prospects
    • 8. Historical Forecasting
    • 9. Perspectives
  • References
  • Index

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