By Jean Nicolas
De los angeles Fronde et los angeles révolution de 1789, Jean Nicolas examine los angeles violence populaire, dans ses dimensions libératrices, passéistes et novatrices. Croisant les approches - sociologique, anthropologique, économique -, il parcourt un champ jusque-là peu exploré : los angeles vie au jour le jour, avec les cris pour le discomfort, los angeles contrebande du sel et du tabac, los angeles grève à los angeles fabrique. Mais los angeles mobilisation porte aussi sur d'autres enjeux moins immédiats, autour de certitudes et d'espérances, tout ce que recouvrent les mots dignité, liberté pour l'individu porté par le groupe, pour los angeles collectivité réduite ou élargie. position est enfin faite, dans le grand récit historique nationwide, aux irréductibles, à tous les refus jetés à l. a. face des hiérarchies et des pouvoirs. l. a. rébellion constitue un mode qui a fait du heurt et de l. a. rupture le principe du changement dans l'espace français.
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La rébellion française: Mouvements populaires et conscience sociale (1661-1789) by Jean Nicolas