The Development of European Society, 1770-1870

ISBN-13: 978-0819128980
ISBN-10: 0819128988
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An indispensable teaching book. There is no comparable treatment of both social and intellectual in the period. (Joseph L. Walsh, Stockton State College)

...lucid, informative, and new in perspective. (Allen Howard, Rutgers University)

...lucid, informative, and new in perspective. (Allen Howard, Rutgers University)

An indispensable teaching book. There is no comparable treatment of both social and intellectual in the period. (Joseph L. Walsh, Stockton State College)

About the Author

John R. Gillis is Professor of History at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, in New Brunswick.

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