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List of Maps Preface Acknowledgments PART FOUR REVOLUTIONARY EUROPE, 1789?1850 Chapter 12 The French Revolution The Old Regime in Crisis The First Stages of the Revolution Consolidating the Revolution War and the Second Revolution The Final Stages of the Revolution Perspectives on the French Revolution Chapter 13 Napoleon and Europe Napoleon?s Rise to Power Consolidation of Power The Foundations of the French Empire The Tide Turns against Napoleon Monarchical Restoration and Napoleon?s Return Napoleon?s Legacy Chapter 14 The Industrial Revolution Preconditions for Transformation A Variety of National Industrial Experiences The Middle Classes Middle-Class Culture The Ambiguities of Liberalism: Voluntarism versus State Intervention Impact of the Industrial Revolution Industrial Work and Workers The Origins of European Socialism Conclusion Chapter 15 Liberal Challenges to Restoration Europe The Post-Napoleonic Settlement Restoration Europe Liberalism Romanticism Stirrings of Revolt Other Liberal Assaults on the Old Order Nationalist Dreams Crisis and Compromise in Great Britain Conclusion Chapter 16 The Revolutions of 1848 Revolutionary Mobilization The Elusive Search for Revolutionary Consensus Counter-Revolution The Legacy of 1848 PART FIVE THE AGE OF MASS POLITICS Chapter 17 The Era of National Unification The Political Unification of Italy The Unification of Germany National Awakenings in the Habsburg Lands Conclusion Chapter 18 The Dominant Powers in the Age of Liberalism: Parliamentary Britain, Tsarist Russia, and Republican France Victorian Britain Tsarist Russia France: Second Empire and Third Republic Republican France Conclusion Chapter 19 Rapid Industrialization and Its Challenges, 1870?1914 The Second Industrial Revolution Social Change Cultural Changes: Education and Religion The Consumer Explosion Conclusion Chapter 20 Political and Cultural Responses to a Rapidly Changing World State Social Reform Cultural Ferment Conclusion Chapter 21 The Age of Europe an Imperialism From Colonialism to Imperialism The ?New Imperialism? and the Scramble for Africa The Europe an Powers in Asia Domination of Indigenous Peoples Assessing the Goals of Europe an Imperialism Conclusion PART SIX CATACLYSM Chapter 22 The Great War Entangling Alliances The Europe of Two Armed Camps, 1905?1914 The Final Crisis The Outbreak of War The Changing Nature of War The War Rages On The Final Stages of the War The Impact of the War Conclusion Chapter 23 Revolutionary Russia and the Soviet Union War and Revolution The October Revolution Civil War The Soviet Union Chapter 24 The Elusive Search for Stability in the 1920s The End of the War National and Ethnic Challenges Economic and Social Instability Political Instability Artists and Intellectuals in the Waste Land Chapter 25 The Europe of Economic Depression and Dictatorship Economies in Crisis The Dynamics of Fascis The Third Reich The Soviet Union under Stalin The Spanish Civil War Conclusion Chapter 26 World War II The Coming of World War II The War in Europe Begins A Global War Hitler?s Europe The Tide Turns Allied Victory Conclusion PART SEVEN EUROPE IN THE POST-WAR ERA Chapter 27 Rebuilding Divided Europe In the Wake of Devastation Economic Recovery and Prosperity, the Welfare State, and European Economic Cooperation Politics in the West in the Post-War Era Political Realignments Changing Contours of Life Conclusion Chapter 28 The Cold War and the End of European Empires Cold War Decolonization Conclusion Chapter 29 Transitions to Democracy and the Collapse of Communism Politics in a Changing Western World Religious and Ethnic Conflicts The Fall of Communism Conclusion Chapter 30 Global Challenges: ?Fortress Europe,? European Cooperation, and the Uncertainties of a New Age Immigration to Europe European Community, European Union Opposition to Globalization The Threat of Terrorism Conclusion Further Readings Credits Index
John Merriman is the Charles Seymour Professor of History at Yale University. A specialist in nineteenth century French history, Merriman earned his Ph. D at the University of Michigan. He is the author of many books, including The Margins of City Life: Explorations on the French Urban Frontier, 1815-1851; Red City: Limoges and the French Nineteenth Century; The Agony of the Republic: The Repression of the Left in Revolutionary France, 1848-1851; and, most recently, The Stones of Balazuc: A French Village in Time (Norton, 2002). He regularly teaches the survey of modern European history at Yale.