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The shaping of modern France; writings on French history since 1715, edited by James Friguglietti and Emmet Kennedy. Introd. by Crane Brinton.

; Kennedy, Emmet, compiler
[New York] Macmillan [1969] .
ISBN 0023399104, 9780023399107

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George Washington
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Other Authors Kennedy, Emmet,
Subjects France -- Histoire.
France -- History.
Sociaal-economische ontwikkeling.
Description xiii, 633 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents A sociological analysis of counterrevolution : The Vendée / Charles Tilly -- Counter-revolutionary espionage: Francis Drake and the Comte d'Antraigues / Harvey Mitchell -- Counterrevolutionary terror / Jacques Godechot -- Counter-revolutionary thought / Paul H. Beik -- Chapter Six : Napoleonic Imperialism -- Napoleon seizes control of the revolution / Georges Lefebvre -- Napoleon Imperialism at its zenith: The grand empire and the continental system / Felix Markham -- The spirit of the Napoleonic system / Louis Madelin -- Napoleon and the age of nationalism / Hans Kohn -- Chapter seven: The restoration and fall of the Bourbons -- Talleyrand at the Congress of Vienna / Georges Lacour-Gayet -- Electoral system in France during the bourbon restoration, 1815-1830 / Frederick B. Artz -- French society under the restoration / Guillaume de Bertier de Sauvigny -- Charles X, Polignac, and the application of article XIV of the charter / Vincent W. Beach -- A new look at the French revolution of 1830 / David H. Pinkney.
Chapter eight: Bourgeois monarchy and Democratic republic -- Bourgeois supremacy during the July monarchy / Jean Lhomme -- A reconsideration of Guizot / Douglas Johnson -- The romantic revolution and the Industrial revolution in France / Albert J. George -- The changing outlines of 1848 / Peter Amann -- The Napoleonic legend in France in 1848 / André-Jean Tudesq -- Chapter nine: "Socialism" and "Caesarism" : The domestic policies of the Second Empire -- The economic transformation of France under the Second Empire / Georges Pradalié -- The social and economic policies of the Emperor / Hendrik Boon -- The constitutional significance of the Second Empire / Marcel Prélot -- The myth of Napoleon III / Theodore Zeldin -- Chapter ten: "The Empire means peace" : the foreign policy of the Second Empire -- The Second Empire and Italian unity / Louis Girard -- "The great idea of the reign" : The Mexican expedition / J.P.T. Bury -- Napoleon III and the Austro-Prussian war / Lynn M. Case -- "Red rag" and "Gallic Bull" : The Hohenzollern candidature / Michael E. Howard -- Chapter eleven: Socialist thought and the Paris commune -- The development of socialist doctrines from the revolution to the commune / Maxime Leroy -- The Paris commune: An episode of the socialist movement / Edward S. Mason -- The first international, proudhonists, blanquists, and the Paris commune / Samuel Bernstein -- The activity of popular organizations during the Paris commune of 1871 / Eugene W. Schulkind -- Chapter twelve: Realism, Impressionism, and symbolism -- Flaubert and naturalism / Pierre Martino -- Impressionism, a break with tradition / Lionello Venturi -- German idealism and French symbolism / A.G. Lehmann -- Chapter Thirteen: Challenges to the Third Rebublic -- The attempted coup d'etat of May 16, 1877 / Fresnette Pisani-Ferry -- The significance of Boulangism / Adrien Dansette -- The ralliement in the politics of the 1890's / David Shapiro -- France and the Dreyfus affair / Douglas Johnson -- The Nationalist Revival in France / Eugen Weber.
Chapter fourteen: Imperialism, triple entente, and World War I -- Jules Ferry and the growth of French imperialism / Fresnette Pisani-Ferry -- The entente cordiale and the first Moroccan crisis / D.W. Brogan -- The war aims of the French government, 1914-1918 / Pierre Renouvin -- The costs of World War I / Jacques Chastenet -- Chapter fifteen: France between two wars (1919-1940) -- France's search for "Security" after 1919 / Arnold Wolfers -- The resurgence of the right after World War I / René Rémond -- The Stravisky affair and the riots of February 6th, 1934 / Geoffrey Warner -- Léon Blum and the failure of the popular front / Georges Dupeux -- Along the road back to France 1940 / John C. Cairns -- Chapter sixteen: France against herself: Vichy and the resistance -- Vichy's "National revolution" / Robert Aron -- The Vichy regime and collaboration ; Free France and its plans for the future of France / Henri Michel -- The effects of World War II on French society and politics / Stanley Hoffmann -- Chapter seventeen: The "unloved" Fourth Republic -- The transformation of the French economy after World War II / Jean Lecerf -- The political "system" of the Fourth Republic / Raymond Aron -- Why the Fourth Republic failed to solve the Algerian problem / Dorothy Pickles -- How the Fourth Republic died: The revolution of May, 1958 / Philip Williams -- Chapter Eighteen: The Fifth Republic : the final synthesis? -- The political principles of general de Gaulle / Douglas Johnson -- De Gaulle and the decolonization of Africa / W.W. Kulski -- The foreign policy conceptions of General de Gaulle / Alfred Grosser -- De Gaulle and the future of Europe / Louis J. Halle -- Chapter Nineteen: The intellectual crisis of the twentieth century -- Dadaism / Georges Lemaitre -- The novelist as philosopher, 1930-1960 / John Cruickshank -- Existentialism / Jean-Paul Sartre -- The philosophy of existentialism / Gabriel Marcel -- Claude Lévi-Strauss and the changing temper of the 1960's / H. Stuart Hughes.
Introduction / by Crane Brinton -- Chapter one: Social classes under the old regime -- Introduction -- Robe and sword, the regrouping of the French aristocracy after Louis XIV / Franklin L. Ford -- A re-evaluation of the "aristocratic revolt" / Albert Goodwin -- Capitalist and proprietary wealth and the definition of the Bourgeoisie / George V. Taylor -- The peasantry on the eve of the French revolution / Georges Lefebvre -- Ideas of reform among the French lower clergy, 1787-1789 / Maurice G. Hutt -- Chapter two: The enlightenment -- Introduction -- Desertion of intellectuals and nobles as a pre-revolutionary phenomenon / Crane Brinton -- The philosophes and their environment / Peter Gay -- The French Jesuits in the age of enlightenment / R.R. Palmer -- The political philosophy of Helvétius and d'Holbach / Everett C. Ladd, Jr. -- The influence of eighteenth-century ideas on the French revolution / Henri Peyre -- The image and influence of America in the French enlightenment / Durand Echeverria -- Chapter three: The decline of the old regime and the debacle of French foreign policy -- Louis XV: The monarchy in decline / G.P. Gooch -- The diplomatic revolution and the debacle of French foreign policy / Albert Sorel -- France and the financing of the American revolution / Alphonse Aulard -- The parlements of France in the eighteenth century / Alfred Cobban -- Turgot and the fate of his six edicts / Douglas Dakin -- The fiscal and economic crises at the end of the Ancien Régime / Ernest Labrousse -- Chapter four: France makes a revolution -- Why was there a revolution in France? / George Rudé -- The "mainspring of the revolution": The Paris Sans-culottes / Albert Soboul -- The directory-a revaluation / Albert Goodwin -- Chapter five: The counterrevolution -- Counterrevolutionary politics : The emigration and intrigues of the princes / Emmanuel Vingtrinier -- The church and the counterrevolution / André Latreille.
Genre History.
Geographic Area France
Network Numbers (OCoLC)218418
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Friguglietti, James,
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