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never before known, and thereby, to the revolutionary element in the tottering feudal society, a rapid development.
The bourgeoisie, historically, has played a most revolutionary part.
General Nathaniel Greene, the best soldier, except Washington, in the Revolutionary army, was a Quaker and a blacksmith.
And, thank Heaven, our country need not be ashamed of her sons,--of most of them at least,-- whatever side they took in the Revolutionary contest.
There was an activity that made for progress without being revolutionary.
That man belonged to one of the revolutionary circles.
Do you know, Villefort, that you are talking in a most dreadfully revolutionary strain?
Let what may remain of revolutionary sap exhaust itself and die away with the old trunk, and condescend only to regard the young shoot which has started up at a distance from the parent tree, without having the power, any more than the wish, to separate entirely from the stock from which it sprung.
Some of your revolutionary friends' effusions are written in a CHARABIA every bit as incomprehensible as Chinese - " Mr Vladimir let fall disdainfully a grey sheet of printed matter.
It's a society," he explained, standing ponderously by the side of the arm-chair, "not anarchist in principle, but open to all shades of revolutionary opinion.
In the Congress of the Confederation, the master minds of James Madison and Alexander Hamilton were constantly engaged through the closing years of the Revolutionary War and those of peace which immediately succeeded.
Whenever they shall grow weary of the existing government, they can exercise their CONSTITUTIONAL right of amending it, or their REVOLUTIONARY right to dismember or overthrow it.

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