Origins of the French Revolution

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INDEX OF AUTHORS CITED
Acerra, M.203
Agulhon, Maurice214
Alatri, Paolo203
Alembert, Jean Le Rond d'36
Antoine, Michel202, 208
Aston, N.215, 216
Baker, Keith M.36, 38, 205, 206, 213, 214
Barber, Elinor G.198, 218, 219
Bastier, Jean223
Beaumarchais, Pierre Auguste Caron de115
Behrens, Betty15, 199, 217
Bell, D. A.203, 205, 219
Berlanstein, Lenard R.200, 219
Bickart, Roger215
Bien, David D.200, 206, 214, 217, 219
Billaud-Varenne, Jean Nicolas37, 219
Blanning, Tim40-1, 226
Bluche, François210
Bollême, Geneviève204, 212
Bonno, G.215
Bordes, Maurice208, 209
Bosher, J. F.22, 203, 207, 209, 211, 213, 215, 216, 221, 222
Bouloiseau, Marc
Bouton, C. A.210
Bouyssy, Marie-Thérése213
Braesch, Frédéric8, 198
Brancolini, J.213
Braudel, Fernand221
Brelot, C.220, 221
Brockless, L. W. B.204
Browning, Oscar216, 223
Burke, P.212
Butel, Paul217, 218, 221
Cameron, I.209
Campbell, P. R.203, 204
Carcassonne, Ely213
Carré, Henri221, 224
Cavanaugh, Gerald C.199, 217
Censer, J. R.205, 212, 213
Chagniot, J.223
Chaloner, W. H.201
Champion, Edmé220, 221
Chapuisat, Edouard203, 219
Chartier, Roger38, 39, 40, 226
Chaussinand-Nogaret, Guy 33, 200, 201, 216, 217, 221, 225
Chevallier, Pierre206, 214, 215
Cobb, Richard197
Cobban, Alfred1, 10-13, 15, 17, 19, 20, 27, 32, 35, 38, 198, 199, 200, 211, 214, 217, 221, 223, 224, 227
Cochin, Augustin35
Comninel, G. C.201, 226
Condorcet, Marie Jean Antoine Nicolas de III
Crouzet, François201, 216, 221
Crow, T. E.205
Cubells, M.220
Dakin, Douglas207, 215
Darnton, Robert36-7, 38, 40, 204, 205, 212, 213
Daumard, Adeline198, 222
Dawson, Philip198, 199, 200, 218, 221
Delbeke, F.219
Derathé, R.214
Diaz, Furio214
Diderot, Denis34, 36, 77, 78
Doyle, William27, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 209, 210, 211, 213, 215, 216, 217, 219, 220, 221, 223, 225, 226
Droz, F. X. J.202
Dupâquier, J.202, 217
Du Puy de Clinchamps, Philippe217
Durand, Yves200
Echeverria, Durand203, 210, 214, 215
Edmonds, B.205, 206, 226
Egret, Jean14, 27, 28, 202, 203, 207, 208, 211, 213, 215, 216, 219, 220, 222, 223
Eisenstein, Elizabeth A.20, 201, 220
Ellis, Geoffrey197
Faure, Edgar202
Fa¥, Bernard8, 198
Fitzsimmons, M. P.224, 226
Flammermont, Jules210, 213, 217

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Origins of the French Revolution
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Prefatory Note vii
  • Contents *
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I - Writings on Revolutionary Origins Since 1939 3
  • 1 - The Classic Interpretation 5
  • 2 - Revisionism 10
  • 3 - Post-Revisionism 35
  • Part II - The Breakdown of the Old Regime 43
  • 4 - The Financial Crisis 45
  • 5 - The System of Government 54
  • 6 - Opposition 65
  • 7 - Public Opinion 76
  • 8 - Reform and its Failure, 1787-1788 91
  • Part III - The Struggle for Power 109
  • 9 - The Nobility 111
  • 10 - The Bourgeoisie 121
  • 11 - The Election Campaign, September 1788 to May 1789 131
  • 12 - The Economic Crisis 148
  • 13 - The Estates-General, May and June 1789 157
  • 14 - The People of Paris 166
  • 15 - The Peasantry 178
  • 16 - Conclusion: The New Regime and its Principles 189
  • Notes 197
  • Further Reading 226
  • Index of Authors Cited 229
  • General Index 233
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