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G.M. Trevelyan's accomplishments both as an eminent scholar and as a writer of exceptional ability enabled him to write a book of two-fold importance, as a piece of literature and as an outstanding contribution to historical inquiry.
"Keep it in print! American students can read it. Still by far the best value for money..."--Professor Daniel A. Baugh, Cornell University
"Written in a style of great clarity and persuasiveness, this little book presents the traditional Whig view at its best--the view of Locke, Burke, and Macaulay."--The Manchester Guardian
"No one is better qualified to write of the revolution of 1689 than Professor Trevelyan. In the crisp, brisk narrative...one acknowledges the hand of a master historian."--Garrett Mattingly, Saturday Review of Literature
ISBN: 9780195002638 ISBN-10: 0195002636 Series: Galaxy Books Audience:
For Ages: 14+ years old For Grades: 9+ Format:
Number Of Pages: 144 Published: 31st December 1965 Publisher: Oxford University Press Inc Country of Publication: US Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.0
Weight (kg): 0.14