Liberty, equality, fraternity : exploring the French Revolution / Jack R. Censer and Lynn Hunt.

Book includes selected images and documents from the accompanying CD-ROM, prepared by the authors with the support of the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University and the American Social History Project at City University of New York. Features of the CD-ROM include primary documen...

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Main Author: Censer, Jack Richard.
Other Authors: Hunt, Lynn, 1945-
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, ©2001.
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Table of Contents:
  • France on the Eve of 1789: A Society in Crisis?
  • Society and Social Tensions
  • The Monarchy and Its Critics
  • New Ideas
  • Documents on equality and the Revolution
  • Documents on the Damiens Affair
  • Documents on the universality of rights
  • From Constitutional to Democratic Revolution, 1789-January 1793
  • The Revolution Begins
  • The Constitutional Revolution
  • The Fall of the Monarchy
  • Documents on political clubs
  • Documents on women and the Revolution
  • Study in Images: "Down with the King!"
  • Terror, War, and Resistance
  • The Committee of Public Safety
  • The Republic of Virtue
  • Resisting the Revolution
  • The Fall of Robespierre and the End of the Terror, 1794-1799
  • Documents on the Terror
  • The Revolution in the Colonies
  • The Colonies Under the Old Regime
  • Revolution in the French Colonies
  • Documents on slavery and the Revolution
  • The Rise and Fall of Napoleon Bonaparte, 1799-1815
  • Napoleon's Rise to Power
  • From Consulate to Empire
  • The Road to Waterloo and Final Defeat
  • Documents on Napoleon
  • Legacies and Interpretations
  • Political Legacies
  • Scholarly Interpretations
  • Documents on the Anglo-American response, from 1789 to the Terror.