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Friedrich von Gentz, The Origins and Principles of the American Revolution, compared with the Origin and Principles of the French Revolution [1800]

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Friedrich von Gentz, The Origins and Principles of the American Revolution, compared with the Origin and Principles of the French Revolution, translated by John Quincy Adams, edited and with an introduction by Peter Koslowski (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2009). http://oll2.libertyfund.org/titles/2376

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Gentz was a conservative German who supported the American Revolution but strongly opposed the French. This work was originally published in a journal Gentz edited in May and June 1800 and was translated by John Quincy Adams. Liberty Fund’s edition includes an introduction and explanatory notes by Peter Koslowski.

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