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Taken from "Thirteen Transformation in the Historiography of the Revolution" by Francois
Furet
Firstly interpreted in terms of class struggle:
This was by the liberal historians of the Restoration, before Marx whom's explanation
of history would remain similar, but the outcome and actors were different
However, the Marxist interpretation has…

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Upheld the idea that the absolute monarchy's power was autonomous relative to

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Interpreting the French Revolution

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Taken from "Thirteen Transformation in the Historiography of the Revolution" by Francois
Furet
Firstly interpreted in terms of class struggle:
This was by the liberal historians of the Restoration, before Marx whom's explanation
of history would remain similar, but the outcome and actors were different
However, the Marxist interpretation has…

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Upheld the idea that the absolute monarchy's power was autonomous relative to

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