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We Cannot Escape History: States and Revolutions

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Essays on nationalism, revolution, and other relevant topics from the author of The Origins of Scottish Nationhood. Prize-winning scholar and author Neil Davidson explores classic themes of nation, state, and revolution in this collection of essays. Ranging from the extent to which nationalism can be a component of left-wing politics to the difference between bourgeois and socialist revolutions, the book concludes with an extended discussion of the different meanings history has for conservatives, radicals, and Marxists.

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