Revolution; yearbook. Edited by Carl J. Friedrich.

; Friedrich, Carl J. (Carl Joachim), 1901-1984, editor
[1st ed.].. New York, Atherton Press, 1966.

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Other Authors Friedrich, Carl J. 1901-1984,
Subjects Revolutie.
Series Nomos ; 8.
Description x, 246 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date 1966.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents General theories of revolution--An introductory note on Revolution (Carl J. Friedrich)--Revolution-typology and process (George Pettee)--Revolution as a problem in the philosophy of history (Paul Schrecker)--Coup d'etat: the view of the men firing pistols (David C. Rapoport)--Tocqueville's contributions to the theory of revolution (Melvin Richter)--The concept of a political revolution (Eugene Kamenka)--Revolution, ideology, and international order--Revolution and ideology in the late twentieth century (C.B. Macpherson)--World revolution and international order (Richard A. Falk)--The revolution of modernization in national and international society (Manfred Halpern)--The Marxian revolutionary idea (Robert C. Tucker)--Marx on revolutionizing the mode of production (David Braybrooke).
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