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008    130827s2013    nyu      b    001 0 eng   
010    2013023486 
020    9781250024893 (hardcover) :|c$27.99 
020    1250024897 (hardcover) 
020    9781250024909 (e-book) 
020    1250024900 (e-book) 
035    (OCoLC)827256844 
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100 1  Burns, James MacGregor,|eauthor. 
245 10 Fire and light :|bhow the Enlightenment transformed our 
       world /|cJames MacGregor Burns. 
250    First edition. 
264  1 New York :|bThomas Dunne Books/St. Martin's Press,|c2013. 
300    ix, 388 pages ;|c25 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tIntroduction: Enlightenment as revolution? --|tThe 
       revolution in ideas.|tThe state of nature --|tThe triumph 
       of reason --|tThe freedom of thought --|tThe light of 
       experience --|tRule Britannia?|tThe widening gap --
       |tImperial rulership --|tThe Scottish enlightenment --
       |tRevolutionary Americans.|tAn American enlightenment --
       |tCreating the revolution --|tSelf-evident truths --|tThe 
       egalitarian movement --|tFrance: rule or ruin?|tRoyal 
       Paris --|tThe Philosophes and the people --|tThe unmaking 
       of a king --|tBecoming revolutionary --|tThe madness of 
       the factions --|tTransforming American politics.|tThe life
       of the nation --|tThe liberty of a person --|tThe 
       happiness of the people --|tThe first transformation? --
       |tBritain: the rules of rulership.|tThe inside game --
       |tThe revolution that wasn't --|tThe fractured debate --
       |tNapoleonic rulership.|tLa grande farce --|tPower: the 
       supreme value --|tThe abdication of the people --
       |tRestoration? --|tBritain: industrializing enlightenment.
       |tIdeas as capital --|tThe tyranny of the machine --
       |tProperty and poverty --|tThe new radicals --|tFrance: 
       the crowds of July.|tThe liberal revolt --|tTribunes of 
       the people --|tRepublican rivals --|tThe American 
       experiment.|tWe are all republicans --|tThe Democratic 
       majority --|tLiberty and equality --|tThe new world --
       |tBritain: the fire for reform.|tStrategies of reform --
       |tIdeas as weapons --|tStumbling toward reform --|tThe 
       dawning of a liberal party --|tThe negative of liberty.
       |tPeople as property --|tThe canker of bondage --|tThe 
       transformation.|tThe liberal triumph --|tThe clash of 
       ideas --|tA new American enlightenment? 
520    Pulitzer Prize-winning and bestselling historian James 
       MacGregor Burns explores the most daring and 
       transformational intellectual movement in history, the 
       European and American Enlightenment In this engaging, 
       provocative history, James MacGregor Burns brilliantly 
       illuminates the two-hundred-year conflagration of the 
       Enlightenment, when audacious questions and astonishing 
       ideas tore across Europe and the New World, transforming 
       thought, overturning governments, and inspiring visionary 
       political experiments. 
650  0 Enlightenment|xInfluence. 
650  0 Enlightenment|zFrance. 
650  0 Enlightenment|zGreat Britain. 
650  0 Enlightenment|zUnited States. 
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