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Crane Brinton's famous work, Anatomy of Revolution published in 1965, is comparative history of the English, American, French and Russian revolutions. Crane looks at the similarities and differences between these revolutions in order to come up with what he calls "The Anatomy of Revolution." The following is a summary of Crane's Anatomy.
Conditions that must be present in the outset of a revolution:
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