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The Ancien Régime and the Revolution is a comparison of revolutionary France and the despotic

rule it toppled. Alexis de Tocqueville (1805–59) is an objective observer of both periods – providing

a merciless critique of the ancien régime, with its venality, oppression and inequality, yet

acknowledging the reforms introduced under Louis XVI, and claiming that the post-Revolution

state was in many ways as tyrannical as that of the King; its once lofty and egalitarian ideals

corrupted and forgotten. Writing in the 1850s, Tocqueville wished to expose the return to

despotism he witnessed in his own time under Napoleon III, by illuminating the grand, but

ultimately doomed, call to liberty made by the French people in 1789. His eloquent and instructive

study raises questions about liberty, nationalism and justice that remain urgent today.

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