Pont-de-Montvert: Social Structure and Politics in a French Village

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In the seventeenth century, both rich and poor of Pont-de-Montvert had their own politics; one century later, the political differences had vanished though the social ones remained. During the nineteenth century, its social structure was transformed, as were its connections with politics. In this book, Higonnet explains these changes and describes the conditions of life for different people at different times in a village that is both a part of France and a world unto itself.

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