Urban Rivalries In The French Revolution

Margadant, Ted W

Verlag: Princeton University Press, 1992
ISBN 10: 0691008914 / ISBN 13: 9780691008912
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Inhaltsangabe: The reordering of France into a new hierarchy of administrative and judicial regions in 1791 unleashed an intense rivalry among small towns for seats of authority, while raising vital issues for the vast majority of the French population. Here Ted Margadant tells a lively story of the process of politicization: magistrates, lawyers, merchants, and other townspeople who petitioned the National Assembly not only boasted of their own communities and denigrated rival towns, but also adopted revolutionary slogans and disseminated new political ideas and practices throughout the countryside. The history of this movement offers a unique vantage point for analyzing the regional context of town life and the political dynamics of bourgeois leadership during the French Revolution. Margadant explores the institutional crisis of the old regime that brought about the reordering, considers the rhetoric and politics of space in the first year of the Revolution, and examines the fate of small towns whose districts and law courts were suppressed. Combining descriptive narrative with statistical analysis and computer mapping, he reveals the important consequences of the new hierarchy for the urban development of France in the post-Revolutionary era.

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List of Maps
List of Tables
Acknowledgments
Introduction 3
Pt. 1 The Institutional Crisis of the Old Regime
Ch. 1 Towns and the Old Regime 21
Ch. 2 The New Division of the Kingdom 84
Ch. 3 Urban Crisis and Bourgeois Ambition 111
Pt. 2 The Rhetoric and Politics of Space
Ch. 4 The Rhetoric of Contention 145
Ch. 5 The Politics of Parochialism 178
Ch. 6 Urban Rivalries and the Formation of Departments 220
Ch. 7 Disputes over the Seats of Departments 257
Ch. 8 The Struggle for Districts and Tribunals 287
Pt. 3 The Fate of Small Towns
Ch. 9 Judicial Reform and the Politicization of Urban Rivalries 327
Ch. 10 The New Urban Hierarchy 368
Ch. 11 The French Revolution and Urban Growth in the Nineteenth Century 396
Conclusion 442
Appendix 1: Statistical Procedures 457
Appendix 2: Population Size Estimates and Institutional Characteristics of Major Towns 463
Bibliography 467
Index of Place Names 487
General Index 499

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Titel: Urban Rivalries In The French Revolution
Verlag: Princeton University Press
Erscheinungsdatum: 1992

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