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Ending the French Revolution: Violence, Justice, and Repression from the Terror to Napoleon

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"Filled with critical insights, Brown's revisionist study utilizes an impressive array of archival sources, some only recently cataloged, to support his thesis that the French Revolution survived until 1802 and the Consulate regime.... This volume should be a priority for all historians and serious students interested in modern French history. Summing Up: Essential."-- "Choice " "What Brown has done is to put all historians of the French Revolution in his debt by the thoroughness with which he explores an important aspect ...

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