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La République révolutionnaire – Modernité et archaïsme constitutionnels des premières institutions républicaines de France (1792-1799)

Abstract : This study is a legal analysis, objective and critical, of the first two republican Constitutions that followed the French Revolution and the end of the French monarchy. Under more than two centuries of French constitutional history, are examined the consistencies and inconsistencies that have marked these legal texts and their circumstances. Each Constitution appears in some aspects modern, but also in other aspects archaic. Nevertheless, the 1790s are the most fundamental point in modern history of the French public law.
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Boris Barraud. La République révolutionnaire – Modernité et archaïsme constitutionnels des premières institutions républicaines de France (1792-1799). Revue juridique de l'Ouest , IODE(UMR CNRS 6262), 2014, p. 63 s. ⟨hal-01367516⟩

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