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La formation d'une opinion démocratique : Le cas du Jura, de la révolution de 1848 aux années de la « république triomphante » (vers 1895)

Abstract : “Long live the Reds, down with the Whites! Long live Ledru-Rollin! Bonaparte to the guillotine! Down with the Chouans!”. These cries made in October 1850 by grape pickers from the Dole area are one of the many traces that Pierre Merlin collected in archives that have been little-studied until now to write the living history of the democratic learning in Jura between 1848 and the end of the 19th century. From the intense political struggles around 1848 to the establishment of the Republic and beyond, the book describes the formation of a democratic opinion that is illuminated by trajectories of emblematic republicans and socialists such as Louis-Étienne Jousserandot and Jean-Paul Mazaroz.
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Pierre Merlin. La formation d'une opinion démocratique : Le cas du Jura, de la révolution de 1848 aux années de la « république triomphante » (vers 1895). Presses universitaires de Franche-Comté, 2018, Les Cahiers de la MSHE Ledoux, 978-2-84867-637-1. ⟨halshs-02421791⟩

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