This Week Prof Weber takes us to lecture 40. The French Revolution
“Liberty, equality, and fraternity skidded into a reign of Terror.”
Were the Jacobins the fore-runners to our own Hipsters? Only Rodan knows!
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Our grad-ass, CJ tried to play a trick on us and replace the usual croissants, preserves, and coffee with bran muffins and herbal tea. Prof Daedalus caught him coming out of the bakery with the wrong order and remedied said situation. So without further adieu, The French Revolution:
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