Recollections: The French Revolution of 1848
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Foreword (1986) -- Introduction to the Transaction Edition -- Introduction (1969) -- Part One -- 1. Origin and Character of These Recollections - General Aspects of the Period Preceding the Revolution of 1848-First Symptoms of the Revolution -- 2. The Banquets - Sense of Security Entertained by the Government - Anxiety of the Leaders of the Opposition - Arraignment of Ministers -- 3. Troubles of the 22nd February-The Sitting of the 23rd-the New Ministry - Opinions of M. Dufaure and M. de Beaumont -- 4. The 24th February-The Ministers' Plan of Resistance - The National Guard - General Bedeau -- 5. The Sitting of the Chamber - The Duchess of Orleans - The Provisional Government -- Part Two -- 1. My View of the Reasons for the Events of the 24th February, and My Thoughts Concerning Its Effects for the Future -- 2. Paris the Day After the 24th February, and the Days That Followed - Socialist Character of the New Revolution -- 3. Uncertainty of the Members of the Old Parliament About What Attitude to Adopt - My Own Reflections About What I Ought to Do and the Resolutions I Made -- 4. My Candidature in the Department of La Manche-Characteristics of That Province-The General Election -- 5. First Meeting of the Constituent Assembly - Appearance of That Assembly -- 6. My Relations with Lamartine-His Subterfuges -- 7. The 15th May -- 8. The Festival of Concord and the Eve of the June Days -- 9. The June Days -- 10. The End of the June Days -- 11. The Drafting Committee for the Constitution -- Part Three -- 1. My Return to France-formation of the Cabinet -- 2. Composition of the Cabinet-Its Conduct Down to the Attempted Insurrection of the 13th June -- 3. Our Domestic Policy - Quarrels Within the Cabinet-Difficulties in Its Relations with the Majority and the President
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