The Great Fear of 1789; rural panic in revolutionary France.

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This major work, graphically describes the panic, paranoia, and social chaos that sparked the Revolution. One of France's great historians analyzes the causes of the mass hysteria that overcame rural France during the summer of 1789, as hungry villagers flocked into towns to look for work or to beg for charity, and as vagrants and beggars choked the rural roads, threatening reprisals against householders who refused to give them shelter or a crust of bread. Originally published in 1983. The Princeton Legacy Library uses ...

The Great Fear of 1789: Rural Panic in Revolutionary France 2016, Princeton University Press, New Jersey

ISBN-13: 9780691641522

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The Great Fear of 1789: Rural Panic in Revolutionary France 2014, Princeton University Press, New Jersey

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The Great Fear of 1789: Rural Panic in Revolutionary France 1983, Princeton University Press, Princeton, N.J

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Great Fear of 1789: Rural Panic in Revolutionary France 1976, New Left Books, London

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The Great Fear of 1789: Rural Panic in Revolutionary France 1973, Vintage Books USA

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Great Fear of 1789: Rural Panic in Revolutionary France 1973, New Left Books, London (7 Carlisle St., W.1)

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