Bourgeois Revolutions and Historical Materialism

“The constitution of the year III, which the National Convention had approved, placed executive power in a Directory of five members and legislative power in two chambers, the Council of Ancients and the Council of the Five Hundred(together called the Corps Législatif). This regime, a bourgeois republic, might have achieved stability had not war … Continue readingBourgeois Revolutions and Historical Materialism

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apprentice noun, often attributiveap·​pren·​tice | \ ə-ˈpren-təs  \ Definition of apprentice  1a: one bound by indenture1a(3) to serve another for a prescribed period with a view to learning an art or trade b: one who is learning by practical experience under skilled workers a trade, art, or calling a carpenter’s apprentice.2: an inexperienced person : NOVICE an apprentice in cooking