The crowd in history: a study of popular disturbances in France and England, 1730-1848

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Wiley, 1964 - History - 281 pages
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Review: The Crowd in History: A Study of Popular Disturbances in France and England, 1730-1848

User Review  - JM Hushour - Goodreads

For a Marxist historian, Rude's innovative analysis of social unrest where and when the titles suggests is anything but. His real contribution is to slough off either the Taine-esque "mob" or the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Claire-louise Tuthill - Goodreads

Interesting piece on the study of the crowd and what creates a crowd when it is looked at from a historical point of view. This piece focuses on what can be seen as the 'pre-industrial crowd' which is ... Read full review

Contents

One The French Rural Riot of the Eighteenth
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Two The English Country Riot of the Eighteenth
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Three The City Riot of the Eighteenth Century
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