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Political Repression in 19th Century Europe (Routledge Library Editions
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Part 1: Techniques of Political Repression in 19th Century Europe 1. Suffrage Discrimination in 19th Century Europe 2. Restriction on Freedom of Expression and Organization 3. The Victims of Repression: Political Prisoners and Exiles Part 2: A History of Political Repression in 19th Century Europe 4. The Age of Repression and Revolution, 1815-1850 5. The Age of Repression and Reconstruction, 1850-1870 6. The Age of Repression and Reform, 1870-1914 Part 3: Summary and Conclusions 7. Political Repression in 19th Century Europe

About the Author

Robert Justin Goldstein is emeritus professor of political science at Oakland University in Michigan and currently research associate at the Center for Russia, E. European & Eurasian Studies at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. Professor Goldstein has authored or edited about 15 books, all focused on civil liberties in modern European and American history, including Political Censorship of the Arts & the Press in 19th-Century Europe (1989), Censorship of Political Caricature in 19th-Century France (1989), (ed.) The War for the Public Mind: Political Censorship in 19th-Century Europe (2000), (ed.) The Frightful Stage:ã Political Censorship of the Theater in 19th-Century Europe (2008) and (co-ed.), Political Censorship of the Visual Arts in19th-Century Europe: Arresting Images (2015).

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'...an extraordinarily comprehensive and meticulous piece of research.... it ought to be required reading for anyone interested in human rights in the late twentieth century.' Rhoda E. Howard, Human Rights Quarterly '...a formidable compendium of facts and figures.... synthesizing a range of modern scholarship and utilizing an impressive array of quotations and statistics... the book is a storehouse of compartive data.' J. S. Cockburn, Journal of Modern History, Vol 59, No. 3 'The virtue of Goldstein's analysis is that leaves the readers free to use the data to draw their own conclusions.' John A. Armstrong, American Historical Review '...so clearly planned and lucidly written.' Irene Collins, English Historical Review

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