2010
DOI: 10.3917/cj.195.0003
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La petite propriété paysanne en République : les incertitudes du discours républicain

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“…At the end of the 1860s, both Liberals and Republicans in France thought that politically speaking, everything depended on the peasants, but that they "are not the Nation, they are merely a number!" 16 As an element of improvement it would be feasible to add to education a certain degree of administrative decentralization, since, according to Ferry, the municipalities were "the citizen's primary school" 17 .…”
Section: Universal Male Suffrage In the Ruptures That Led To Demomentioning
confidence: 99%
“…At the end of the 1860s, both Liberals and Republicans in France thought that politically speaking, everything depended on the peasants, but that they "are not the Nation, they are merely a number!" 16 As an element of improvement it would be feasible to add to education a certain degree of administrative decentralization, since, according to Ferry, the municipalities were "the citizen's primary school" 17 .…”
Section: Universal Male Suffrage In the Ruptures That Led To Demomentioning
confidence: 99%