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Work and revolution in France

the language of labor from the Old Regime to 1848

by William Hamilton Sewell Jr.

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • France
    • Subjects:
    • Working class -- France -- History.,
    • Artisans -- France -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementWilliam H. Sewell, Jr.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD8429 .S48
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 340 p. ;
      Number of Pages340
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4097792M
      ISBN 100521234425, 0521299519
      LC Control Number80012103

      I got a doctorate with the study of the British Romantics and the French Revolution in , and published a book of the same contents in It was entitled “British Romantics and the French Revolution: Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge and the Revolution Controversy in the s,” but unluckily it is in Japanese language and unavailable now. Term used following the French Revolution to describe the social, political, and economic powers that existed in France before Became applied to all of pre-revolutionary Europe Rule of absolute monarchies with growing bureaucracies (excluding Great Britain) Scarcity of food, predominance of agriculture, slow transport, competitive oversea empires.

      Reflections on the Revolution in France () began by dismissing comparisons between the French Revolution and the revolution in England, claiming that the ‘Glorious Revolution’ of was no more than an adjustment of the constitution. The French Revolution in comparison was tending towards anarchy rather than reformation. The French Worker and the Revolution of Shane White. What was France like in the years leading up to the Revolution of ? After the mid’s, starvation and unemployment swept across the land. The year had seen an economic boom on account of the railroad construction, but the construction stopped and the workers lost their.

        The French Revolution of was the central event of modern history. Although the Revolution started with the resistance of a minority to absolutist government, it soon spread to involve the whole nation, including the men and women who made up by far the largest part of it - the peasantry, as well as townspeople and craftsmen, the poor and those living on the . Where France, under the influence of Romanism, had set up the first stake at the opening of the Reformation, there the Revolution set up its first guillotine. On the very spot where the first martyrs to the Protestant faith were burned in the sixteenth century, the first victims were guillotined in the eighteenth.


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