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The French Revolution: conflict or continuity? Edited by Steven T. Ross.

New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston [1971] .
ISBN 003084147X

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LIB stacks
DC142 .R67 Available Request
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DC142.R82 F8 Available Request
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DC142 .R67 Available Request
Subjects France -- History -- Revolution, 1789-1799.
Description 131 p. port. 24 cm.
Contents Economic complexity, by C. E. Labrousse.--The popular Revolution, by G. Lefebvre.--Was there a capitalistic middle class? By G. V. Taylor.--How revolutionary was the Revolution? By A. Cobdan.--Who joined a Revolutionary mob? By G. RudeĢ.--The Parisian radicals, by A. Soboul.--A counterrevolutionary revolt, by C. Tilly.--Who were the Jacobins? By C. Brinton.--Was there a Girondin party? By M. J. Sydenham.--The terror: a response to crisis, by R. R. Palmer.--The directory's achievements, by A. Goodwin.--World revolution, by J. Godechot.--The Revolution: continuity or change? By F. L. Ford.--Suggestions for further reading (p. 129-131)
Geographic Area France
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00140983
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