The Rhetoric of Revolution and Reality: Boulangism and Mass Politics in France

Lerer, David S.

The political history of the first century of modern France reads as a continuous succession of revolutions and upheavals, occurring at fairly regular intervals of about twenty years, each deposing the existing government and substituting an often radically different one in its place. This paradoxical "revolutionary tradition," cultivated in a country in which the only constant was change, became... read more

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Boulanger, George-Ernest-Jean-Marie
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