Recollections: the French Revolution of 1848 (Google eBook)

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Transaction Publishers, 1995 - 333 pages
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We learn in this book that Tocqueville typically carried a sword-cane for self-defense, and this fact alone is sufficient to prove Tocqueville's coolness. But beyond this, Tocqueville is frequently ... Read full review

Review: Recollections on the French Revolution

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A view of 1848 revolution through the eyes of a minister from that period. It seems to be a clear picture of a difficult era. Read full review

Contents

aspects of the period preceding the Revolution
3
The Banquets Sense of security entertained by
18
Troubles of the 22nd FebruaryThe Sitting of
29
The 24th FebruaryThe Ministers Plan of Resistance
36
The Sitting of the Chamber the Duchess of Orleans
45
PART
59
Paris the day after the 24th February and the days
69
about what I ought to do and the resolutions I
77
The end of the June Days
155
The Drafting Committee for the Constitution
167
PART THREE
185
Composition of the CabinetIts conduct down
198
Our domestic policy Quarrels within the Cabinet
214
Foreign affairs
230
G de Beaumonts account of the 24th February
265
Dufaure and his friends to prevent
273

My candidature in the department of La Manche
86
First meeting of the Constituent Assembly
96
My relations with Lamartine His subterfuges
107
The 15th May
114
The Festival of Concord and the eve of the June
127
The June Days
136
Various notes for the still unwritten parts of
282
My conversation with the President of the Republic
290
SPEECH BY M DE TOCQUEVILLE on
296
BIBLIOGRAPHY
314
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