Book Review: Radicals (and goat-ball con men) take their rightful place in history in I Was A Revolutionary

Who are the people who shape a country? How much of their influence is planned or controllable, and how much power—if any—do they wield over the way their contributions will be viewed in the long term? Assuming they’re remembered at all, of course. Andrew Malan Milward’s short-story collection I Was A Revolutionary is a historical book, in that many of its subjects were real-life figures (mostly obscure today), but more specifically it is a book about history: how the past is...

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