The psychology of revolution is as apt and revealing today as when psychologist gustave le bon wrote it with the knowledge of the bloody french revolution in mind it is as true as if he were explaining why the nazis took power in germany why the so called arab spring occurred why the theatre of the streets in egypt turned sour and brought in the wrong government it even gives . There are extensive bodies of psychological research on themes associated with revolution including justice 1 relative deprivation 2 inter group and inter cultural relations 3 inter group contact 4 poverty and inequality 5 and inter group theories 6 but scant psychological research directly on revolution the forced overthrow of a political and social order 7 . Buy the paperback book the psychology of revolution by gustave le bon at indigoca canadas largest bookstore free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders this work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it this work is in the public domain in the united states of america and possibly other nations . The psychology of revolutionary crowds general characteristics of the crowd whatever their origin revolutions do not produce their full effects until they have penetrated the soul of the multitude they therefore represent a consequence of the psychology of crowds
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