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The Resource Reinterpreting the French Revolution : a global-historical perspective, Bailey Stone, (electronic resource)

Reinterpreting the French Revolution : a global-historical perspective, Bailey Stone, (electronic resource)

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Reinterpreting the French Revolution : a global-historical perspective
Title
Reinterpreting the French Revolution
Title remainder
a global-historical perspective
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Bailey Stone
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Language
eng
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1946-
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Stone, Bailey
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944.04
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DC138
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.S77 2002eb
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ebrary, Inc
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  • World politics
  • France
  • France
  • France
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Bailey Stone uses recent scholarship on the diplomatic, political, social, economic, and cultural history of eighteenth-century revolutionary France to examine the outbreak of the French Revolution and the dramatic developments of the subsequent decade. Stone finds events of the period attributable to the interacting pressures of international and domestic politics on those national leaders attempting to govern France and to modernize its institutions. He contends that the Revolution of 1789-1799 needs to be viewed in the larger contexts of "early modern" and "modern" French history and modern "progressive" sociopolitical revolutions
Label
Reinterpreting the French Revolution : a global-historical perspective, Bailey Stone, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The ancien régime: challenges not met, a dilemma not overcome -- The descent into revolution: from August 1788 to October 1789 -- The first attempt to stabilize the revolution: from 1789-1791 -- The "Revolutionizing" of the revolution: from 1791-1794 -- The second attempt to stabilize the revolution: from 1794-1799 -- Conclusion: the Revolution in the French and global context
  • The ancien régime: challenges not met, a dilemma not overcome -- The descent into revolution: from August 1788 to October 1789 -- The first attempt to stabilize the revolution: from 1789-1791 -- The "Revolutionizing" of the revolution: from 1791-1794 -- The second attempt to stabilize the revolution: from 1794-1799 -- Conclusion: the Revolution in the French and global context
  • The ancien régime: challenges not met, a dilemma not overcome -- The descent into revolution: from August 1788 to October 1789 -- The first attempt to stabilize the revolution: from 1789-1791 -- The "Revolutionizing" of the revolution: from 1791-1794 -- The second attempt to stabilize the revolution: from 1794-1799 -- Conclusion: the Revolution in the French and global context
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OCM1bookssj0000235142
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unknown
Isbn
9780521009997
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(pbk.)
Specific material designation
remote
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(WaSeSS)bookssj0000235142
Label
Reinterpreting the French Revolution : a global-historical perspective, Bailey Stone, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The ancien régime: challenges not met, a dilemma not overcome -- The descent into revolution: from August 1788 to October 1789 -- The first attempt to stabilize the revolution: from 1789-1791 -- The "Revolutionizing" of the revolution: from 1791-1794 -- The second attempt to stabilize the revolution: from 1794-1799 -- Conclusion: the Revolution in the French and global context
  • The ancien régime: challenges not met, a dilemma not overcome -- The descent into revolution: from August 1788 to October 1789 -- The first attempt to stabilize the revolution: from 1789-1791 -- The "Revolutionizing" of the revolution: from 1791-1794 -- The second attempt to stabilize the revolution: from 1794-1799 -- Conclusion: the Revolution in the French and global context
  • The ancien régime: challenges not met, a dilemma not overcome -- The descent into revolution: from August 1788 to October 1789 -- The first attempt to stabilize the revolution: from 1789-1791 -- The "Revolutionizing" of the revolution: from 1791-1794 -- The second attempt to stabilize the revolution: from 1794-1799 -- Conclusion: the Revolution in the French and global context
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000235142
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780521009997
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000235142

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