Do all revolutions end badly?

Four historians consider the desirability of profound political change and the methods used to attain it.

Bolshevik (1920) by Boris Kustodiev.

1917 shows how revolutions incubate extremes

Daniel Beer, Reader in Modern European History at Royal Holloway, University of London

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