Ann Coulter on the French Revolution

Ann Coulter on the French Revolution UnknownI have to confess–my first thoughtful reading touching the French Revolution, the time when I really understood the horror of period in French history, was when I taught my gifted reading students, A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. buy wow gold albion gold Like Anne Frank in the 1959 movie script, I thought it the saddest book I’ve ever read. Purdue Boilermakers

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    9. Anyone who questioned the excesses and course of events was deemed unpatriotic and paid the price.
    10. The French Revolution was nothing like ours.