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What is revolution? In this text Barry Barlow traces the emergence of modern revolution from the early 1500s. After setting the stage by comparing and contrasting the main revolutionary movements from the Renaissance to the twentieth century, he goes on to look specifically at the revolutionary movements in Latin America during this century.
“this is a thoroughly fascination, well written, and carefully argues manuscript. We need this book in a number of courses in a number of disciplines. It is a superb example of dialectical and historical materialist scholarship. Publish it as soon as possible.”
— James Sacouman, Sociology and Development Studies, Acadia University