Reflections on the revolution in France
As eighteenth-century Europe sizzled with revolutionary fervor, one of the few lone voices of conservative government was that of Edmund Burke. He focused on the social and political ramifications of egalitarianism and what its dissemination in France might mean for the future of the liberty, order, and political tradition.
Microform, English, 1987
Prometheus, Amherst, N.Y., 1987
253 pages ; 23 cm