Common Land, Wine and the French Revolution: Rural Society and Economy in Southern France, C.1789-1820
Common Land, Wine and the French Revolution demonstrates the centrality of the Revolution and its aftermath to the lives of country people through a detailed analysis of legislative attempts to privatize common land in southern France, and the socio-economic and agricultural ramifications of this privatization.
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