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GOLDSTONE Page xix Time Line of Revolutionary Events and Leaders Many of the individuals profiled in Who's Who in Political Revolutions are associated with specific revolutions and movements. These events are organized by geographic region. Within each region, the events are arranged chronologically, and for each event, the name or names of profiled individuals are provided. Page xx Page xxi Page 1 John Adams David W. Conroy John Adams (17351826) was a principal theorist and creator of the American Republic.
University of California, Berkeley Luxemburg, Rosa Stephen Eric Bronner, Rutgers University Madison, James Ralph Ketcham, Syracuse University Mandela, Nelson Rolihlahla Kenneth W. Grundy, Case Western Reserve University Mao Zedong Lucian W. Pye, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Marat, Jean-Paul William Doyle, University of Bristol Martí, José John Kirk, Dalhousie University Marx, Karl, and Friedrich Engels David McLellan, Eliot College, University of Kent Menchú Tum, Rigoberta Deborah J.
N. Eisenstadt Van Leer Jerusalem Institute Ted Robert Gurr University of Maryland Charles Tilly Columbia University Frederic Wakeman University of California, Berkeley John Womack, Jr. Harvard University Gordon S. Wood Brown University Page iii Who's Who in Political Revolutions Seventy-three Men and Women Who Changed the World Jack A. Goldstone, Editor Page iv Copyright © 1999 Congressional Quarterly Inc. C. com All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording, or any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher.