This history traces the birth of an on-going tradition of democracy and equality and also the transformation of the French working class from a sporadic force to an organised political movement. Discusses men and women who provided revolutionary leadership in France between 1789 and 1871, and places them within the context of contemporary social history and the developing history of ideas. Includes references and an index. The author is emeritus professor of history (Tasmania) and has published extensively on the origins and evolution of popular organisation and ideology in England and France.There are valuable essays in Rowbothama#39;s book on the French, Russian and Chinese revolutionary movements, which may be used as jumping-off points for re-examining the great revolutions from this new, and scandalously neglected, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Tribunes and Amazons|
|Author||:||R. B. Rose|