The Sans-culottes: The Popular Movement and Revolutionary Government, 1793-1794

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Princeton University Press, 1980 - 279 էջ

A phenomenon of the pre-industrial age, the Sans-Culottes--master craftsmen, shopkeepers, small merchants, domestic servants--were as hostile to the ideas of capitalist bourgeoisie as they were to those of the ancien regime which was overthrown in the first years of the Revolution. Here is a detailed portrait of who these people were and a sympathetic account of their moment in history.

 

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POPULAR MASSES AND MILITANT SANSCULOTTES THEIR ATTITUDES AND SOCIAL COMPOSITION
1
1 The popular consciousness of social antagonisms
2
2 Statistical Data
25
THE SOCIAL ASPIRATIONS OF THE PARIS SANSCULOTTES
47
2 From Equal Incomes to Restrictions on Property Rights
52
3 The SansCulottes and Commercial Capital
64
4 Popular Fiscal Law
72
5 The Rights to Equal Work Opportunity and to Assistance
81
POPULAR POLITICS IN ACTION
135
1 Publicity The Peoples Protector
136
2 Unity as a Guarantee of Victory
144
3 Violence
158
THE POLITICAL ORGANIZATION OF THE PARIS SANS CULOTTES
163
1 The Sectional Assemblies
164
2 Sectional Committees and Their Officers
179
3 From Popular Societies to Sectional Societies
193

6 The Right to Education
85
THE POLITICAL INCLINATIONS OF THE PARISIAN SANSCULOTTES
95
2 The Control and Recall of Elected Officers
106
3 The Permanence and Autonomy of the Sections
118
4 Insurrection
128
DAILY LIFE AMONG MILITANT SANSCULOTTES
223
ON THE POPULAR MOVEMENT AND REVOLUTIONARY GOVERNMENT A SUMMARY OF POLITICAL CONTRADICTIONS
251
INDEX
265
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