The Guillotine and the Cross

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Christendom Press, 1991 - 203 pages
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The persistent myths of the French Revolution—that the destruction of the old order brought unrivaled freedom and happiness for Europe—are shattered in this rousing study of the political violence and social turmoil that struck France in the late 18th century. In the midst of the terrors which unfettered Enlightenment ideology unleashed on the West, Christian hope arose anew to bring true light to one of history’s darkest hours.

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If you're not already an absolute expert on the Revolution (and maybe if you are), and if it's even hypothetically possible that you could maybe, potentially, just for a hundred pages or so, put up with Dr. Carroll's writing style, you owe it to yourself to read this. Read full review

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