1789. Les Français ont la parole: Cahiers de doléances des by Pierre Goubert, Michel Denis PDF

By Pierre Goubert, Michel Denis

ISBN-10: 2072482259

ISBN-13: 9782072482250

Il existe, soutient Chateaubriand, un monument précieux de los angeles raison en France : ce sont les cahiers des trois ordres en 1789. Là se trouvent consignés, avec une connaissance profonde des choses, tous les besoins de l. a. société.

La Révolution est née de l. a. conjonction d’une crise économique et d’une crise politique où s’affrontaient l. a. monarchie, incapable de se réformer, l’aristocratie, attachée à ses privilèges, l. a. bourgeoisie, enrichie par los angeles prospérité économique de l. a. veille et enhardie par les Lumières au aspect de vouloir gouverner, et les éclats inattendus, anciens dans beaucoup de leurs qualities, nouveaux dans d’autres, du prolétariat des villes et des campagnes subitement poussé à de brutales et massives initiatives.

Dans ce climat complexe furent rédigés, en toute liberté, le plus souvent à l. a. fin de l’hiver 1788 et au début du printemps 1789, en pleine crise, des dizaines de milliers de cahiers de doléances. Pour l. a. première fois, l. a. majeure partie du peuple de France a los angeles parole.

Des dizaines de milliers de cahiers, Pierre Goubert et Michel Denis ont extrait les passages les plus significatifs et les plus vivants. Le lecteur demeure frappé par leurs contradictions, leur médiévalité autant que par leur nouveauté.

Suivi d'un Glossaire pratique de l. a. langue de quatre-vingt-neuf.

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It was in the midst of this ‘Gallican crisis’ in 1551 that anti-papal, pro-Gallican rhetoric reached its apex, including Jean du Tillet’s ‘On the liberties of the Gallican church’ cited at the beginning of this chapter. With the recent defection of England, where the succession of Edward VI in 1547 only further undermined the Catholic church by formally adopting Protestant doctrine and a state church, further division could only weaken Catholic efforts to combat a growing Protestant menace throughout Christendom.

36 The French Wars of Religion self-confidence, and personal independence needed to reject the tutelage of the clergy and embrace the idea of a priesthood of all believers’ was already important. 36 The problem of local and regional variation is significant, however, because historians of other parts of France have argued that Protestantism in Montpellier, Lyon, and Rouen is not necessarily representative of the movement as a whole. Indeed, in various cities throughout the kingdom, especially Amiens, it has been argued that Protestantism was hardly a movement of the independent, self-assertive, and literate middle classes, but a movement of the frustrated, exploited, and economically oppressed.

Both absolutely and proportionately, the numbers of printers, goldsmiths, tanners, and booksellers in Amiens was significantly smaller than in either Lyon or Rouen, the two largest cities in France outside Paris. On the other hand, the textile industry was relatively new to Amiens, only becoming fully established in the late fifteenth century. And as a result, most of the woolcombers and weavers who turned to Protestantism there – perhaps as many as 90 per cent – were first generation textile workers, plying their skills in a different trade from their fathers.

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