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Republicanism in Nineteenth-Century France, 1814-1871

by Pamela M. Pilbeam

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2800 Republicanism in Nineteenth-Century France, 1814-1871 by Pamela M. Pilbeam (read 12 Nov 1995) This is a learned, ably-written 1995 book by a British history professor. I think it is a very good book, and was glad to see she says the Marxist interpretation of 19th century French history is dead. Her thesis is that the reason the Republic did not survive in France till 1870 is that the attachment to some of the principles of 1789 was enough to insure survival of those principles even if it meant having Napoleon and monarchy for a time. This is a good book, but I may have read it too fast to get as much from it as I should have. In general, the author makes a lot of sense. ( )
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