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  • Reed, John, 1887-1920, author.
     
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    The collected works of John Reed / introduction by Robert A. Rosenstone.
    by Reed, John, 1887-1920, author.
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    New York : Modern Library, 1995.
    Subjects
  • War -- Press coverage.
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  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Press coverage -- Europe, Eastern.
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  • Mexico -- History -- Revolution, 1910-1920 -- Press coverage.
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  • Soviet Union -- History -- Revolution, 1917-1921 -- Press coverage.
  • ISBN: 
    0679601449 (alk. paper)
    9780679601449 (alk. paper)
    Description: 
    xi, 937 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
    Contents: 
    Insurgent Mexico -- The war in Eastern Europe -- Ten days that shook the world.
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    "This Modern Library edition makes available for the first time in a single volume the three works that established American radical John Reed as one of the foremost journalists of his time. First published in 1914, Insurgent Mexico is the rookie war correspondent's poetic chronicle of the four months he spent with Pancho Villa's guerrillas. Brimming with spontaneity and quixotic idealism, the book presents a stirring portrait of the Mexican Revolution unlike any other. The War in Eastern Europe is an evocative journal of Reed's travels through the Balkans and Russia in 1915 that expresses his horror at the carnage of war; yet the book's antiwar position helped make him a pariah. Praised by Lenin for its 'truthful and most vivid exposition of the events [of] the Proletarian Revolution, ' Ten Days That Shook the World endures as Reed's crowning achievement. A masterful eyewitness account of the Bolshevik Revolution, the book ranks as one of the political classics of the twentieth century. In all three works Reed emerges as both an observer of history and a maker of it--a militant crusader for a progressive new social order. With an introduction by Robert A. Rosenstone, author of Romantic Revolutionary."--Jacket.
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    Hawaii Kai Public LibraryAdult Nonfiction070.92 ReChecked out05/04/2021Add Copy to MyList


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