Pierre Rosanvallon

Pierre Rosanvallon is Professor of Modern and Contemporary History of Politics at the Collège de France.

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Cover: The Demands of Liberty: Civil Society in France since the RevolutionThe Demands of Liberty: Civil Society in France since the RevolutionRosanvallon, Pierre
Goldhammer, Arthur
HARDCOVER03/30/2007$38.00
Cover: The Society of EqualsThe Society of EqualsRosanvallon, Pierre
Goldhammer, Arthur
HARDCOVER11/04/2013$40.00
Cover: Good Government: Democracy beyond ElectionsGood Government: Democracy beyond ElectionsRosanvallon, Pierre
DeBevoise, Malcolm
HARDCOVER03/09/2018$41.00
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