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The French Revolution (1930)
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    Book Reviews (2 Reviews)
    The French Revolution, by Pierre Gaxotte
    1. The French Revolution by Pierre Gaxotte
    2. Sieyes: His Life and His Nationalism by Glyndon G. Van Deusen
    American Political Science Review, December 1932, pp. 1121-1122
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    At a Glance (2 Reviews)
    History
    1. A Passing America by Cornelius Weygandt
    2. The French Revolution by Pierre Gaxotte
    The Bookman, October 1932, p. 654
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    Books Notes (2 Reviews)
    History
    1. The French Revolution by Pierre Gaxotte
    2. Historical Evolution of Hispanic America by J. Fred Rippy
    The New Republic, November 16, 1932, p. 26
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    The French Revolution (5 Reviews)
    After Robespierre: The Thermidorian Reaction, by Albert Mathiez
    1. After Robespierre: The Thermidorian Reaction by Albert Mathiez
    2. A Biographical History of the French Revolution by J. Mills Whitham
    3. The Jacobins: An Essay in the New History by Clarence Crane Brinton
    4. The French Revolution by Pierre Gaxotte
    5. The Magnificent Comedy by Meade Minnigerode
    The Saturday Review, June 27, 1931, p. 923
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    Shorter Notices (9 Reviews)
    The Journal of Arnold Bennett, 1911-1920, by Arnold Bennett
    1. The Journal of Arnold Bennett, 1911-1920 by Arnold Bennett
    2. Here Are My Children by Mona Goodwyn Williams
    3. Machete by Charles Merriam
    4. As We Are: A Modern Revue by E.F. Benson
    5. Criminals and Politicians by Denis Tilden Lynch
    6. Our Obsolete Constitution by William Kay Wallace
    7. The French Revolution by Pierre Gaxotte
    8. Bloody Years by Francis Yeats-Brown
    9. Martin the Goose Boy by Marie Barringer
    The Nation, December 14, 1932, p. 595