COUNCILLOR OF STATE, MEMBER OF THE INSTITUTE.
Translation by Roderick T. Long
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I. – The fact of the revolution itself.
II. – Fundamental cause of the revolution.
III. – How little the revolution was necessary.
IV. – How the revolution, despite being unnecessary, could not have been avoided.
V. – Strange regime which the revolution attempted to establish.
VI. – Results of the experiment of a demagogico-socialistic republic which was attempted by the revolution.
VII. – Balance-sheet of the revolution.
VIII. – Reaction which the revolution has provoked. In what direction and how far this reaction ought to proceed.
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Économistes, the Collection of Principal Economists, etc.
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