A Socialist History of the French Revolution

Voorkant
Pluto Press, 2015 - 289 pagina's
'Every revolutionary party, every oppressed people, every oppressed working class can claim Jaurès, his memory, his example, and his person, for our own' - Leon Trotsky Jean Jaurès was the celebrated French Socialist Party leader,assassinated in 1914 for trying to use diplomacy and industrial action to prevent the outbreak of war. Published just a few years before his death, his magisterial A Socialist History of the French Revolution, has endured for over a century as one of themost influential accounts of the French Revolution ever to be published. Mitchell Abidor's long-overdue translation and abridgement of Jaurès's original 6-volumes brings this exceptional work to an Anglophone audience for the first time. Writtenin the midst of his activities as leader of the Socialist Party and editor of its newspaper, L'Humanité, Jaurès intended the book to serve as both a guide and an inspiration to political activity; even now it can serve to do just that. Abidor'saccomplished translation, and Jaurès's verve, originality and willingness to criticise all players in this great drama make this a truly moving addition to the shelf of great books on the French Revolution.

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