The ideal world of our revolutionaries […] is a flaming sense of the immediacy of the idea, a feeling that there is something in all men better than their present fate, and a conviction that what is, not only ought not, but need not be.

Crane Brinton
Crane Brinton (1898-1968)
The Anatomy of Revolution, 2.3 (1952)

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