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The scope and character of the pensions bourgeoises – renamed maisons de santé early in the Revolution – changed dramatically following the passage of the Law of Suspects in September 1793. This legislation called for the creation of the Revolutionary … Continue reading
In 1793, France’s smart set checked into a “hospital” on the rue de Charone, where, for a paltry $50,000 a month, they could drink champagne, play cards, and discuss the current theatre. …The script for the Reign of Terror in … Continue reading
”I’d been prepped for understanding by my parents and grandparents, who constantly spoke of the regressive, racially pathological south. They took me to South Carolina almost every summer throughout my youth. I had seen and experienced the ugliness and petty … Continue reading