In Robespierre: The Voice of Virtue, Otto J. Scott has created an ironic portrait of hypocrisy in power. This biography is a study in moral arrogance, self-proclaimed virtue, and the effectiveness of brutality in the position of political leadership; it is a reenactment of the events that Robespierre came to personify the Reign of Terror. This political condition has since been re-enacted all too often.
Robespierre: The Voice of Virtue
1974 Mason & Lipscomb Publishers NY