Bibliography: p205-206. - Includes index.
|Statement||edited with an introduction by Carol Armbruster ; foreword by John Y. Cole.|
|Series||Beta Phi Mu monograph series -- no.4|
|Contributions||Armbruster, Carol., Library of Congress. European Division., Center for the Book.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||215|
Publishing and Readership in Revolutionary France and America, May 2, Editor's note: It is with great pleasure that the Tulane Law Review publishes this piece on revolutionary copyright law in our May issue, at the time of the bicentennial of the United States first copyright law, which passed by: Publishing and readership in Revolutionary France and America: a symposium at the Library of Congress Call Number: Special Collections Stacks ZP78 ISBN: Author: Amber Kohl. Publishing and Readership in Revolutionary France and America () Author: Edited by Carol Armbruster Description: p. 12 scholarly papers about the history of the book in Revolutionary France and the United States presented at a Library of Congress symposium on May , , sponsored by the Center for the Book and the Library’s. Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. The Merciless War for Freedom in Revolutionary France (Paperback) by. David Andress (shelved 25 times as french-revolution) Parrot and Olivier in America (Hardcover) by.
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He illustrates the critical importance of the French supplies and money forwarded to the American Revolution but concludes, that France gained very little in return; - only a crushing public debt, which helped to spark the French by: 3. "Armbruster's collection serves an extremely important function," says a review of Publishing and Readership in Revolutionary France and America (Greenwood Press, ) in the Winter issue of Libraries & Culture. Carol Armbruster, ed., Publishing and Readership in Revolutionary France and America. J.J. Alexander, Medieval Illuminators and their work. Leila Avrin, Scribes, The Book in America. Elizabeth Bergmann Loizeaux and Neil Fraistat, eds., Publishing and Bookselling from the Earliest Times to the Present. The American Revolution gave birth to a new world republic and a philosophy based on freedom, liberty, and equality. The philosophical concepts articulated by the revolutionary leaders have become a model of positive change for people around the world. This concise reference guide includes an overview essay that traces the course of the Revolution and five essays on .