Revolution and Improvement: The Western World, 1775-1847  

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"Metternich is said to have used only eight metaphors to talk about society: volcano, plague, cancer, deluge, conflagration, powder magazine, influenza and cholera."--Revolution and Improvement: The Western World, 1775-1847 (1976) by John Morris Roberts

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Revolution and Improvement: The Western World, 1775-1847 (1976) is a book by John Morris Roberts.




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