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This book would be a good read for history buffs interested in the French Revolution and the role of working-class individuals in political movements. The unique feature of this book is its sympathetic portrayal of the Sans-Culottes and their contributions to the revolution, which is often overlooked in other historical accounts.

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

ISBN: 9780691007823
Estimated First-hand Retail Price: $62.49
Date of Publication: 1981-02-01
Format: Paperback
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This book would be a good read for history buffs interested in the French Revolution and the role of working-class individuals in political movements. The unique feature of this book is its sympathetic portrayal of the Sans-Culottes and their contributions to the revolution, which is often overlooked in other historical accounts.

Riley is your virtual thrift companion, and here to help you find your next favourite read. You can also find in-stock similar reads linked by topic and genre here!

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.