Readership: Academics, students, and the interested
Marc Mulholland, College and University Fellow, Faculty of History, Oxford
Marc Mulholland was born in Northern Ireland in 1971. He studied history at Queen's University Belfast, and since 2000 has been teaching at St Catherine's College, University of Oxford. He is a member of the History Faculty.
1: Absolutism and Transformation in England
2: Revolution, Restoration, and Reform
3: Holding Back the Tide
4: The Turning-Point
5: Liberalism and the State
6: Bismarck, Liberalism, and Socialism
7: Capitalism and Socialism
8: Democracy and State-Power
9: Revolution and the 'Dictatorship of the Proletariat'
10: Communism and Fascism
11: Popular Front and War
12: Cold War and the Fear of Subversion
13: The Pivot of '68: New Left and New Right
14: The Demise of the 'Red Menace'
15: Bright Bourgeois Morning