Insurgent Identities: Class, Community, and Protest in Paris from 1848 to the Commune

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In this important contribution both to the study of social protest and to French social history, Roger Gould breaks with previous accounts that portray the Paris Commune of 1871 as a continuation of the class struggles of the 1848 Revolution. Focusing on the collective identities framing conflict during these two upheavals and in the intervening period, Gould reveals that while class played a pivotal role in 1848, it was neighborhood solidarity that was the decisive organizing force in 1871.

Insurgent Identities: Class, Community, and Protest in Paris from 1848 to the Commune 1995, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9780226305615

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Insurgent Identities: Class, Community, and Protest in Paris from 1848 to the Commune 1995, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9780226305608

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