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“Clear and Present Danger”

The Legacy of the 1917 Espionage Act in the United States

Petra DeWitt

: Liberalism and Race (Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1980), 225–226. 47 David M. Kennedy, Freedom from Fear: The American People in Depression and War, 1929–1945 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999), 297; Constance Ashton Myers, The Prophet

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Sandbags, Strikes, and Scandals

Public Disorder and Problematic Policing in Occupied Roubaix during World War I

James E. Connolly

World War,” in France in an Era of Global War, 1914–1945: Occupation, Politics, Empire and Entanglements , ed. Ludivine Broch and Alison Carrol (London: Palgrave McMillan, 2014), 31–49; W. Brian Newsome, “Occupation, Race and Empire: Maxcence Van der

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Frans Ciappara

, and vespers, began, an event that intermingled piety and entertainment. At the request of the people, and with the permission of Grand Master Rohan, the saint was honored by a race. The week-long celebrations came to an end when the clergy, chanting

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Ana Isabel González Manso

uniting background to the process.” 47 This makes sense in terms of the idea of history moving from rerum gestarum (narrating of facts) to history as res gestae (all the vicissitudes of the human race). This was argued by liberal newspaper El Censor

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Blake Ewing

Rousseau’s dictum that “as soon as man is alone, he is nothing”. 73 It brings us back to Arendt, too, who reflects that under totalitarianism all human action is subordinated to continuous temporal movement: “Supragigantic forces whose movements race

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Benoît Godin

Great.” 38 On the other hand, Bacon stresses the difficulty of innovating—because of politics specifically—as compared to the benefits that accrue from invention (that is, practical arts). Inventions “can reach out to the whole human race, whereas

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Monique Deveaux

are significant differences among women across class, race, ethnicity, religion, and geography, activist politics and informal political life may be better contexts for negotiating these differences than formal politics; as Dryzek (2005 ) has argued

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Common Democracy

Political Representation beyond Representative Democracy

Alexandros Kioupkiolis

, irrespective of gender, race, ethnicity, and other exclusionary identities. Moreover, their communicational technologies can eliminate constraints of time and space, fusing collective labor and self-regulation and making democratic decision making an ordinary

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A Fiction of the French Nation

The Émigré Novel, Nostalgia, and National Identity, 1797–1815

Mary Ashburn Miller

anxieties about the repatriation of a “foreign race” by circulating representations of émigrés’ refusals to acclimate to foreign lands; at the same time, they created a paradox. By demonstrating that they had remained loyal to the nation, they presented an

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Jules Vallès and Séverine

Romantic Socialism and the Afterlife of a Cross-Sex Friendship in French Political Culture, 1880–1929

Michael Mulvey

, she believed “race” was no pretext to refuse justice to Dreyfus—a Christ-like victim of the Third Republic’s hypocrisy. 129 Rather than breaking with her past, Séverine gravitated to a liberal-moralistic tradition that placed individual and universal