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The French Revolution

The French Revolution by Hilaire Belloc
By: (1870-1953)

Hilaire Belloc's comprehensive exploration of The French Revolution is a fascinating and thought-provoking read. Belloc provides a detailed account of the events leading up to the revolution, as well as the aftermath and consequences that followed. His analysis is both engaging and informative, shedding light on the various political, social, and economic factors that contributed to this tumultuous period in history.

One of the strengths of Belloc's work is his ability to present complex historical events in a clear and accessible manner. He effectively breaks down the key concepts and ideas behind the revolution, making it easier for readers to grasp the significance of this pivotal moment in European history. Additionally, Belloc offers insightful commentary on the key figures involved in the revolution, providing valuable context for understanding their motivations and actions.

Overall, The French Revolution is a must-read for anyone interested in the history of France or the broader history of Europe. Belloc's scholarly approach and engaging writing style make this book an essential resource for students, academics, and casual readers alike. Highly recommended.

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“It is, for that matter, self-evident that if one community decides in one fashion, another, also sovereign, in the opposite fashion, both cannot be right. Reasoning men have also protested, and justly, against the conception that what a majority in numbers, or even (what is more compelling still) a unanimity of decision in a community may order, may not only be wrong but may be something which that community has no authority to order since, though it possesses a civil and temporal authority, it acts against that ultimate authority which is its own consciousness of right. Men may and do justly protest against the doctrine that a community is incapable of doing deliberate evil; it is as capable of such an action as is an individual. But men nowhere do or can deny that the community acting as it thinks right is ultimately sovereign: there is no alternative to so plain a truth.”
- Hilaire Belloc


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