Revolutions are born of hope.
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|Death:||7th September, 1968|
Clarence Crane Brinton was born in Winsted, Connecticut. He was an American historian. His most famous work, The Anatomy of Revolution likened the dynamics of revolutionary movements to the progress of fever. His excellent academic performance enabled him to win a Rhodes Scholarship to attend Oxford University, receiving a Doctor of Philosophy degree 1923. Brinton then began teaching at Harvard University that same year, becoming full professor in 1942 and remaining at Harvard until his death. In 1963 Brinton was elected president of the American Historical Association. He wrote a review of Carroll Quigley's book Tragedy and Hope.
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