France under the Republic, by Jean Charlemagne Bracq.


New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1910.

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Subjects France.
Description x pages, 1 leaf, 376 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1910.
Contents The work of political reconstruction -- Transformation and expansion of France -- Development of commerce and wealth -- The new education in the new life -- Changes in literature, art, and philosophy -- New activity in history and science -- Social reform and philanthropy -- Social improvement and morality -- Religious doubt and religion -- Contemporary Frenchman in the new life -- Moral instruction in French schools -- Dispersion of the unauthorised religious orders -- Separation of church and state -- Crisis of the separation of church and state -- Contemporary French Protestantism.
Geographic Area France
Network Numbers (OCoLC)285502
(OCoLC)ocm00285502
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WorldCat Identities Bracq, Jean Charlemagne, 1853-1934.
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