Paris: Éditions de la Librairie de l'Humanité, 1922. 468p., illustrations, text in French, rubricated wraps in original glassine sur-wrapper, head and tail chipped, 2x3 inch corner lost from front cover (titling unaffected).
An economic interpretation of the French Revolution, strikes a balance between the materialistic approach of Marx and the dramatic history of Michelet . Jaurès was a leader of the French Socialists. He was assasinated in 1914. This is his disciple's new edition. Volume three only of eight volumes.