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The French RepublicHistory, Values, Debates$
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Edward Ducler Berenson, Vincent Duclert, and Christophe Prochasson

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780801449017

Published to Cornell Scholarship Online: August 2016

DOI: 10.7591/cornell/9780801449017.001.0001

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Times of Exile and Immigration

Times of Exile and Immigration

(p.197) 22 Times of Exile and Immigration
The French Republic

Lloyd Kramer

Cornell University Press

This chapter is a summary of the interactions between exile and republicanism, focusing on specific moments in the history of the First, Second, and Third French Republics. Each of France's early Republics provoked migrations out of France, but each Republic also enhanced France's international reputation as the center for modern republican culture. Exiles have thus left or entered France because they held strong opinions about French republicanism, which suggests that the history of French Republics must also include the history of exile migrations, exile writers, and exile anger. The chapter then concludes with a brief reference to the foreign exiles who have gone to France because they supported republicanism as an alternative to the political systems in their own countries.

Keywords:   French republicanism, exiles, First Republic, Second Republic, Third Republic, modern republican culture, French Republics, exile migrations

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