Brains that make revolutions: the neural theory in the French Revolutions (1789-99, 1848-51, 1870-71), Iran (1977-81) and Bolshevik (1917-1924)
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KeywordsRevolutions; French Revolution; Iran Revolution; Russian Revolutions; Language; Neural Theory;
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