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From Jacobin to Liberal by R. R. Palmer
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From Jacobin to Liberal

by R. R. Palmer

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0691032998, Hardcover)

The author of this book has translated selections from the abundant writings of the versatile French political figure and writer Marc-Antoine Jullien, weaving them together with his own extensive commentary into an absorbing narrative of Jullien's life and times. Jullien's hopes and fears for the "progress of humanity" were typical of many of the French bourgeoisie in this turbulent period. His life coincided with the era of revolution in Europe and the Americas from 1775 to 1848. Drawn from books, pamphlets, reports, letters, book reviews, magazine articles, poems, and private notes and memoranda, Jullien's comments are supplemented here by letters that his mother wrote during the early years of the French Revolution and by articles by Jullien's collaborators in the "Revue Encyclopedique".

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