Garibaldi’s Revolutionary Atlantic

  • Niels Eichhorn


The first half of the nineteenth-century Atlantic world was a period characterized by the exchange of goods, people, and ideas both national and constitutional. The wide variety of trade routes spanning the Atlantic region allowed for people to reach faraway places, escape prosecution, and for new ideas in newspapers, pamphlets, and books to reach receptive audiences in distant places.


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  • Niels Eichhorn
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  1. 1.Middle Georgia State UniversityMaconUSA

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