‘Fonder la République’. The French National Convention and the revolutionary government (1793–94)

@article{Isoni2014FonderLR,
  title={‘Fonder la R{\'e}publique’. The French National Convention and the revolutionary government (1793–94)},
  author={Alessandro Isoni},
  journal={Parliaments, Estates and Representation},
  year={2014},
  volume={34},
  pages={40 - 54}
}
  • Alessandro Isoni
  • Published 2 January 2014
  • History, Political Science
  • Parliaments, Estates and Representation
SUMMARY The article discusses the leading role played by the French National Convention in the process of nation-building, especially through the study of the main legislation adopted by the revolutionary government that was established during Year II of the French Republic. This article focuses on the acts and measures that led to the creation of a revolutionary government characterized by a strong ‘confusion of powers’, with the National Convention invested with both legislative and executive… 

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The French National Convention and the revolutionary government

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