July or Thermidor?

Burnham, James
April 1976
National Review;4/2/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p318
The article reflects on several significant revolutionary events from around the world. in world history. It presents accounts of revolutions that occurred in several countries. It analyzes and Portuguese revolution in 1974. It describes the impact of Communism on the Portuguese society. It emphasizes its failure to solve the critical social and political problems of the country. It abhors the seizure of private lands from their owners. It calls for the destruction of Communism in a political manner.


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