The Shaping of Liberal Politics in Revolutionary France: A Comparative Perspective - Princeton Legacy Library 3382 by Anne Sa'adah
This extensive book, which embodies historical material to present a descriptive argument in social theory, compares the liberal revolution in France to the liberal revolutions in England and America, and…
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This extensive book, which embodies historical material to present a descriptive argument in social theory, compares the liberal revolution in France to the liberal revolutions in England and America, and argues that the causes and consequences of these disorders were critical in shaping policy patterns later on. She writes that "conflict is politics" and that liberalpolitics, because of its emphasis on the individual and its legitimacy in self-interest, complicates the task of creating a political society in an interesting and special way.
In England and America, tension between conflict and society has been resolved in a manner consistent with political stability. In France, the tension produced a state of instability that emerged periodically during the subsequent French history.
Why this is the subject of the work that treats the making of the modern political world in an unusually systematic way. In France, England, and America, the state's relationship with society under the former revolutionary regime limited revolutionary options.
His Excellency focuses on how this relationship creates the policy of exclusion in France, while allowing the policy of transactions in England and America. Originally published in 1990.
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