Revolution in the Making of the Modern World by ProQuest

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Chapters on how best to situate 1989 within the broader currents of world historical development, the 'colour' revolutions of 2003 and 2004, and perhaps even an exploration of neoconservatism as a revolutionary ideology, would have added to the depth and breadth of the volume, giving it a clearer sense of demarcation from its competitors and adding value to the product as a whole.

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