In which John Green examines the French Revolution , and gets into how and why it differed from the American Revolution . Was it the serial authoritarian regimes? The guillotine? The Reign of Terror? All of this and more contributed to the French.
I don't know why I should write this, but I think it needs to be said. We have gone from the silly season to the ugly season, and I'm afraid it is going to get uglier. Samantha Power's "monster.
Evolutionary biologists have never known what to make of viruses, arguing over their origins for decades. But a newly discovered group of giant viruses, called Klosneuviruses, could be a 'missing link' that helps to settle the debate — or provoke even.
As Bruce Ackerman observes in The Civil Rights Revolution , Brennan realized that a law passed by democratically elected officials would bear greater legitimacy in the South than a Supreme Court decision. He also doubtless anticipated that the act would.
Tocqueville observed that the French, on the eve of their revolution, hated the aristocrats about to lose their power far more than they had ever hated them before. The increased hatred directed at the aristocratic class occurred because as the aristocracy.