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by George Rude
Author: George Rude
Publisher: Viking; First Edition edition (January 12, 1976)
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Rude argues that Robespierre was never a liberal
Rude argues that Robespierre was never a liberal. The English parliamentary tradition was wholly alien to him and his passionate defense of popular sovereignty-he spoke in support of the people's right to take up arms, he condoned demonstrations, riots, even rebellions against ""tyranny""-clashes with the liberals' trust in representative institutions. Withal he was ""at no time a bloodthirsty maniac.
George Rudé (8 February 1910 – 8 January 1993) was a British Marxist . His first book, The Crowd in the French Revolution, soon became a classic. Robespierre: Portrait of a Revolutionary Democrat, London: Collins, 1975, ISBN 0-00-216708-5.
George Rudé (8 February 1910 – 8 January 1993) was a British Marxist historian, specializing in the French Revolution and "history from below", especially the importance of crowds in history. Rudé was actively involved with the Communist party, an affiliation which caused him many hardships during his life. In 1949, he was relieved of his duties at St Paul’s for the activities of the political party which he was affiliated with. Debate on Europe, 1815-1850, Harper & Row, 1972
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Robespierre continually opposed the Girondists idea of a special appeal to the people on the kings death. Robespierre: Portrait of a revolutionary democrat (p. 119) Similar Papers. Louis was executed on January 21, 1793, which signaled the beginning of the Jacobins triumph. In April of 1793, the Committee of Public Safety came into existence. Robespierre, who was elected in July, then became one of the rulers of France. In Gerald Emanuel Stearn (Series E. & George Rude (Vol. E., Great Lives Observed. Robespierre (pp. 23-27).
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This book is a grand exposition of how words are absolutely meaningless to men that lack true virtue that is exhibited along with integrity, character, honor, & the . Robespierre: Portrait of a Revolutionary Democrat.
This book is a grand exposition of how words are absolutely meaningless to men that lack true virtue that is exhibited along with integrity, character, honor, & the knowledge of absolute right & absolute wrong. This book explains how the murdering maggots of France seeped up from the sewers & their subterranean existence were allowed free reign history has categorized as simply "the reign of terror. This book wonderfully explains how high IQ coupled with low intentions will always prove fatal to the perpetrators or the perpetrated.
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