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The origins of Anglo-American Radicalism - review
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Margaret Jacob and James R. Jacob, editors. The origins of Anglo-American Radicalism. Paperback edition by Humanities Press International, Inc, New Jersey and London. 1991. Pp.1-337.
As the back cover of the paperback edition of Margaret Jacob and James Jacob's book, The origins of Anglo-American Radicalism suggests a collection of significant and inspirational essays written by leading historians on the origins of the radical tradition in England and the United States. The essays cover the period from the early seventeenth century to the late eighteenth century and French Revolutionary era of the time. Both of the editors of the book are stimulating and important historians of our time. Margaret Jacob is a Professor of History at the New School for Social Research in New York. She had published many articles on Modern European History and its subject matters in addition she is the author of important scholarly works such as The Origins of Freemasonry and Living the Enlightenment Freemasonry and Politics in Eighteenth -Century Europe. James R. Jacob teaches European and English History at John Jay College and The Graduate School of the City University of New York. He is also the author of many articles and books such as
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