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Title:
American Revolution Mini-Symposium
Date:
1976
Description:
Recording of Howe, John R., Elixabeth Einstein, Cyril Black and Clifford Clark.  A lecture and panel discussion concerning the American Revolution in a comparative perspective for its 200th anniversary.  Subjects include: Clifford Clark; Thomas Jefferson; Cyril Black; industrial revolution; technological revolution; individualism; Macedonian syndrome; Japan, Russia;  racism, violence, economic inequality; Consitutional Convention; Constitution, France; Eastern Europe; Soviet Union; popular sovereignty; Pragmatism; urban growth; Vietnam War; Manifest Destiny; John Howe; University of Minnesota; Elizabeth Eisenstein; University of Michigan; Princeton; Founding Fathers; John Adams; enlightenment; universal laws; French Revolution; colonies; Latin American Revolutions; Indonesian Revolution; England; George Washington.
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