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The Ralliement in French Politics, 1890-1898


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Alexander Sedgwick is University Professor, Emeritus, the University of Virginia.


This is a study of the Ralliement, which according to Sedgwick, was not simply a reconciliation between French Catholics and the republic in response to the admonitions of the Pope, but was an attempt on the part of some French Royalists, Bonapartists, and Opportunists to form a broad, conservative party that would abandon fruitless monarchist aims, work for more harmonious relations between Church and state, curb the growth of socialism, and endeavor to solve the economic and social problems of the day... This study adds to our understanding of the complex political forces of the Ralliement and the reasons for its failure. * American Historical Review *

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