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Buy and Download Description Reviewing the overall economic performance of the new revolutionary regime from 1789 to 1799 one must at once acknowledge that it was marked by much disruption, turmoil, and hardship. It could hardly have been otherwise during a period of almost constant foreign and civil wars that were accompanied by enormous social and political changes. Property and social relations, the administration of government, educational institutions, and the systems of jurisprudence and banking were all dramatically transformed. It would appear that the Revolution of 1789, like most revolutions, was not conducive to short term economic growth. On the other hand, to judge such an inherently catastrophic event merely in terms of their immediate economic results, as some do, would appear to be foolishly economistic. Political and social restructuring is what revolutions are all about. Reviewing the overall economic performance of the new revolutionary regime from 1789 to 1799 one must at once acknowledge that it was marked by much disruption, turmoil, and hardship. It could hardly have been otherwise during a period of almost c
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