Routledge Library Editions: The French Revolution
The volumes in this set, originally published between 1953 and 1992, discuss the causes and conditions which allowed the French Revolution to happen and its impact on wider European politics and society. As well as charting key events in the revolution, the conclusion discusses the significance of the French Revolution in the context of other revolutions in both the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. One of the volumes discusses whether the French Revolution is part of Germany’s progressive tradition, whilst others trace the growth of English radicalism and the growth of the French Press, showing the importance of the emergence of provincial newspapers, and examining the relationship of journalism with political power.
Table of Contents
1. The internalized revolution Ehrhard Bahr and Thomas P. Saine 2. The French Revolution Albert Goodwin 3. The Friends of Liberty Albert Goodwin 4. The Newspaper Press in the French Revolution Hugh Gough 5. France on the Eve of Revolution 6. The World of the French Revolution Robert R. Palmer