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Contents (ISJ 43, Summer 1989) – Special issue: “Marxism and the Great French Revolution”

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The Great French Revolution: Chronology of Events 1774-1815

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Paul McGarr: The Great French Revolution

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‘From this place and from this day forth commences a new era in the world’s history.’
So said the poet Goethe as he surveyed the victorious French revolutionary army ranged on the battlefield at Valmy.
In ‘The Great French Revolution’ Paul McGarr shows why Goethe was right. This fast paced account and lucid explanation of the revolution will give you a clear understanding of the revolution even if you have never read anything else about 1789.
Historical Materialism and Bourgeois Revolutions goes on to review the arguments of those historians, on the left as well as the right, who have disparaged the idea that Marxism can explain the massive social transformations by which the capitalist class came to power.

 

Alex Callinicos: Bourgeois revolutions and historical materialism

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Alex Callinicos not only examines the class structure of the French Revolution, but also that of the other classical bourgeois revolution, the English Revolution of 1640. He then looks at the American Civil War and the bourgeois revolutions from above – Germany under Bismarck and the Meiji Restoration in Japan.

 

John Rees: The algebra of revolution

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John Rees looks at the intellectual background to the French Revolution and, in particular, the work of the greatest philosopher of the revolutionary era, Hegel. The Algebra of Revolution then examines Hegel’s weaknesses and shows how Marx based his view of history on a transformed version of the dialectic which Hegel discovered.

 

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