Guizot


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Gui·zot

 (gē-zō′), François Pierre Guillaume 1787-1874.
French historian and politician who advocated a constitutional monarchy, served as prime minister (1847-1848), and published several historical works.
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Guizot

(French ɡizo)
n
(Biography) François Pierre Guillaume (frɑ̃swa pjɛr ɡijom). 1787–1874, French statesman and historian. As chief minister (1840–48), his reactionary policies contributed to the outbreak of the revolution of 1848
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References in classic literature ?
All the Powers of old Europe have entered into a holy alliance to exorcise this spectre: Pope and Czar, Metternich and Guizot, French Radicals and German police-spies.
Guizot write in it; something quite stupid, after all.
Leitor de Guizot, Thierry e Cousin, o letrado nao deixaria de esbocar os paralelos possiveis entre as diversas nacoes europeias:
This is the theory given down to us by Guizot, Acton, Croce, and innumerable others; and, though it demands some qualification to account for nonsocial levelers like plagues and pandemics, it is perfectly consonant with Scheidel's presentation of war, revolution, state failure, systems collapse, and their attendant consequences for inequality.
profissao e geracao Francois Guizot assina em 1821.