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Yeah, because the French Republic hasn't been centralist at all. Oh, no.
If you are not convinced, try it on someone who has not been entirely debauched by economics. — Piero Sraffa
L'Ancien Régime et la Révolution
"It is one of the major early historical works on the French Revolution. In this book, de Tocqueville develops his main theory about the French revolution, the theory of continuity, in which he states that even though the French tried to disassociate themselves from the past and from the autocratic old regime, they eventually reverted to a powerful central government."
As I said a plausible thesis.
Could you for once think before firing?
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