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The Crowd in the French Revolution (utgåvan 1967)

av George Rudé (Författare)

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What kinds of people were in the crowds that stormed the Bastille, marched to Versailles to bring the king and queen back to Paris, overthrew the monarchy in August 1792, or impassively witnessed the downfall of Robespierre on 9 Thermidor? Who led these crowds or mobilized them to action?What did they hope to achieve, and how far were their aims realized? Earlier historians have tended to view the revolutionary crowd as an abstraction--"people" or "mob" according to the writer's prejudice--often even as the personification of good or evil. Professor Rude's book, publishedoriginally in 1959, makes a first attempt to bring objectively to life each of the important Parisian crowds between 1787 and 1795. Using police records and other contemporary research materials, the author identifies the social groups represented in them, contrasts the crowds with their politicalleaders, relates their activities to underlying economic and psychological tensions, and compares the Parisian crowd "patterns" to those of other popular movements in France and Britain during the 18th and early 19th centuries.… (mer)
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Titel:The Crowd in the French Revolution
Författare:George Rudé (Författare)
Info:Oxford University Press (1967), Edition: 1, 282 pages
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Girondins: "Name originally given to a group of Left-wing deputies in the Legislative Assembly, who supported [the] policy of a `revolutionary war' in the autumn and winter of 1791 and many of whom . . . came from the Gironde region. Later applied to a wider group sharing a more or less common political and social programme in opposition to that of the main body of Jacobins (Rude, p. 255)."
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George Rude investigated the role of the crowd in the events prior to and during the French Revolution. Not surprisingly, the crowd played a large role in several ways. But also the role of the crowd has been misunderstood - over or under emphasized at times for polemic purposes. ( )
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What kinds of people were in the crowds that stormed the Bastille, marched to Versailles to bring the king and queen back to Paris, overthrew the monarchy in August 1792, or impassively witnessed the downfall of Robespierre on 9 Thermidor? Who led these crowds or mobilized them to action?What did they hope to achieve, and how far were their aims realized? Earlier historians have tended to view the revolutionary crowd as an abstraction--"people" or "mob" according to the writer's prejudice--often even as the personification of good or evil. Professor Rude's book, publishedoriginally in 1959, makes a first attempt to bring objectively to life each of the important Parisian crowds between 1787 and 1795. Using police records and other contemporary research materials, the author identifies the social groups represented in them, contrasts the crowds with their politicalleaders, relates their activities to underlying economic and psychological tensions, and compares the Parisian crowd "patterns" to those of other popular movements in France and Britain during the 18th and early 19th centuries.

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