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Anatomy of a revolution

Despite their claim to being something new under the sun, revolutions have their own histories complete with predictable patterns of decline and fall.

A classic example is the one that took place in France as the 18th century was ending with a bang. Its every twist and turn is worth studying, as one would examine the fever chart of a patient afflicted by

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