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American Philosophical Society
P.-L. Roederer: Political Thought and Practice during the French Revolution: Transactions, American Philosophical Society (vol. 73, part 1)
Kenneth Margerison (au)
P.-L. Roederer has been known principally for his role in escorting the French king to the Legislative Assembly on 10 Aug. 1792 & for assisting in the coup d’etat of brumaire. Recent historians, however, have come to discover that Roederer’s career was long, varied, & significant. This study of Roederer’s political thought & practice during the decade of the French Revolution places some of these recent findings of his career in the broader context of his life & provides new insights into his motivation & ultimate political significance. Roederer’s political thought & practice from his youth through to the coup d’etat of brumaire are explored in an effort to analyze & understand the interaction of events & ideas that shaped his political career.
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