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Paris and London in the eighteenth century; studies in popular protest [by] George Rudé.


New York, Viking Press [1971] .
ISBN 0670538329

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
American
LIB stacks
HN438.P3 R8 1971 Available Request
Catholic
Mullen Library stacks
HN438.P3 R91 P2 Available Request
George Mason
Gateway Library stacks
HN438.P3 R8 Available Request
Georgetown
Off-Campus Shelving
HN438.P3 R8 1971 Available Request
Howard
Founders Library stacks
HN438 P3 R8 1971 Available Request
Subjects London (England) -- Social conditions.
Paris (France) -- Social conditions.
Riots -- England -- London.
Riots -- France -- Paris.
Description 350 p. 22 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The 'pre-industrial' crowd.--Society and conflict in London and Paris in the eighteenth century.--The outbreak of the French Revolution.--The fall of the Bastille.--The social composition of the Parisian insurgents of 1789 to 1791.--The motives of popular insurrection in Paris during the French Revolution.--'Mother Gin' and the London riots of 1736.--Wilkes and liberty, 1768-9.--The Gordon riots: a study of the rioters and their victims.--The London 'mob' of the eighteenth century.--Collusion and convergence in eighteenth century English political action.
Geographic Area France
England
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00185065
(OCoLC)185065
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