|Appears in Collections:||History and Politics Book Reviews|
|Title:||Americomania and the French revolution debate in Britain, 1789-1802 (Book Review)|
British press history
|Citation:||Macleod E (2016) Americomania and the French revolution debate in Britain, 1789-1802 (Book Review), Book review of: Americomania and the French Revolution debate in Britain, 1789-1802, by Wil Verhoeven, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2013, 387pp., ISBN 978-1-107-04019-9 (hardback), Global Discourse, 6 (1-2), pp. 165-168.|
|Description:||Americomania and the French Revolution debate in Britain, 1789-1802, by Wil Verhoeven, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2013, 387pp., ISBN 978-1-107-04019-9 (hardback)|
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|Notes:||This is one of several reviews of the same book to be published in this journal, to all of which the author will finally reply.|
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