How Many Revolutions?
Faith and Terror
Censer and Hunt, Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, pp. 85-114.
Discussion: Violence and Faith (23 and 25 March 2011)
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Pope Pius VI, "Charitas" (Encyclical on the Civil Constitution of the Clergy), available on-line.
Law of Suspects (17 Sept. 1793), available on-line at Liberty, Equality, Fraternity [type "suspects" into the search box] or on the Liberty, Equality, Fraternity cd-rom.
Maximilian Robespierre, "Report on the Principles of Public Morality," 17 pluviôse Year II (5 February 1794), on-line.
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of Modern Political Culture (1994).
Furet, Interpreting the French Revolution (1978).
Donald Greer, The Incidence of the Terror (1935).
Gross, Fair Shares for All (1997).
Patrice Higonnet, "Terror, Trauma, and the 'Young Marx' Explantion of Jacobin Politics," Past & Present 191 (May 2006), 121-164.
Timothy Tackett, Religion, Revolution, and Regional Culture in France: the Ecclesiastical Oath of 1791 (1986).
Charles Tilly, The Vendée (1964).