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By Guy Debord

Cette correspondance, riche d'enseignements sur los angeles personnalité et le rôle actif que joua man Debord, éclaire par des faits réels los angeles compréhension du mouvement révolutionnaire le plus radical et le plus exemplaire du XXe siècle. Ce tome 2 couvre une période qui va de septembre 1960 à décembre 1964. Elle correspond aux premières années de l'Internationale Situationniste. Le processus de l. a. rupture, qui a caractérisé le mouvement situationniste, se poursuit et se précise.

On retrouve dans ces lettres, l. a. clarté et l. a. rigueur de celui qui, n'usant que de l'arme qu'il s'est donnée a, jusqu'au bout, défendu ses idées contre toutes les formes de compromission spectaculaire. man Debord, penseur révolutionnaire le plus vital de los angeles deuxième moitié du XXe siècle, est le fondateur de l'Internationale Situationniste et l'auteur notamment de los angeles Société du spectacle, Panégyrique, l. a. véritable scission.

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9 It was not, Tocqueville contends, that what he calls the yoke of medieval institutions was still strong. Rather, the centurieslong growth of the central state bureaucracy had to such an extent eroded the public powers and responsibilities of the lords, that their prerogatives were now so many unjustifiable privileges, and therefore vulnerable. 10 In this book, I shall address the ways in which insurrectionary peasants and revolutionary legislators joined in bringing the time of the lords to an end and how, in that ending, the seigneurial rights came to be so central to the very sense of revolution as a sudden and radical break.

But what was this "feudal" regime and why was it central to their vision of France's past and future? I shall show in this book how revolutionary legislators and revolutionary peasants confronted one another, posed problems for one another, and implicitly negotiated with one another. To explore the desires of both peasants and elites toward the beginning of the crisis as well as the ensuing interplay of rural insurrection and legislative actions, I explore several sorts of evidence. First of all, the expression of the views of rural communities, nobles, and urban notables as the Old Regime broke down: here I draw upon a series of studies of the grievance lists of 1789 that I have been engaged in with Gilbert Shapiro.

Although that legislative history is broadly familiar, 16 to examine it anew with an eye on the waves of peasant insurrection, on the shifts of timing, targets, and tactics of rebellious country people, suggests new insights into the legislative half of that dialogue. The focus on the national pattern of rural insurrection as one side of a dialogue--itself set against a background of a national survey of positions-inevitably commits one to statistical argument. It will be important to ask ____________________ 16 Henri Doniol, La Révolution française et la Jéodalité ( Paris: Guillaumin, 1876); Emile Chénon, Les démembrements de la propriété fonciére en France avant et après la Révolution ( Paris: Recueil Sirey, 1923); Philippe Sagnac, Lea législation civile de la Révolution française (( Paris: Hachette, 1898); Alphonse Aulard, La Révolution française et le régime féodal ( Paris: Alcan, 1919); Marcel Garaud , La Révolution et la propriété fonciére ( Paris: Recueil Sirey, 1958); Peter M.

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