The French Revolution was one of the most important upheavals in world history. This course examines its origins, course and outcomes.
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Well-structured course that explores the topic with depth and clarity, taught by a brilliant and engaging professor. Would recommend to anyone interested in the French and world history
This was one of the best courses that I took at Coursera. The wide ranging knowledge of Professor McPhee is impressive. The course was well organized and well presented.
Excellent ..I always knew ABOUT the French Revolution - i.e it happened- but I never understood the FULL consequences. Thank you, Professor McPhee..
The content is easy-following and detail. It's is a very good fundamental course for those who want to have a basic idea on the French revolution.
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