qIt is difficult to decide which is the more impressive: the authority and control with which Mr. Bendix writes of the traditions, the institutions, and the technological and social developments of cultures as diverse as the British, French, German, Russian, and Japanese, or the skill with which he weaves his separate stories into a persuasive scenario of the modern revolution. A remarkable achievement.q--Gordon A. Craig, Stanford University qKings or People is equal to the grandeur of its subject: the political origins of the modern world. With Barrington Moore's Social Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy and Immanuels Wallerstein's The Modern World System which it matches in boldness, while differing radically in perspective, it is one of the truly powerful ventures in comparative historical sociology to have appeared in recent years.q--Clifford Geertz qA brilliant achievement that will be equally fascinating for the general reader, the student, and the specialized scholar.q--Henry W. EhrmannA remarkable achievement.aquot;--Gordon A. Craig, Stanford University aquot;Kings or People is equal to the grandeur of its subject: the political origins of the modern world.
|Title||:||Kings Or People|
|Publisher||:||Univ of California Press - 1980|