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It argues that an evaluation of French imperial sovereignty and practices in the years prior to the Third Republic can help to diversify our understanding of the French colonial experience and propose models that diverged from the narrative of republican colonialism in crucial ways during the post-revolu- tionary period. I At am on the morning of 3 May the sound of cannon fire was heard echoing along the coastal ports of Algiers. In the evenings, the public buildings and mosques of the capital were illuminated with dazzling pale light. Research for this article was funded through the State Academic University for the Humanities Russia with the support of project N All rights reserved.

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  • For permissions, please e-mail: journals. Bluche, Le Bonapartisme: aux origines de la droite autoritaire Paris, , Its ability to identify with different social and ideological groups was one of its hallmark features, presenting a political model that deviated from strict Rousseauist ideas of republican unity promoted during the French Revolution in signifi- cant ways. Different ethnic and confessional groups were, to varying degrees, tolerated and administered through distinct state institutions, contrary to republican notions of civic uniformity.

    Morrison and M. Zook London, , 91—; J. Andress Oxford, , — That said, scholars have rarely considered the implication of Algeria when considering Bonapartism. Post-revolutionary French imperi- alism has only recently begun to receive more thorough attention from his- torians. At its core, Bonapartism provided an adaptable model that mixed ideas of revolution- ary nationalism and dynastic loyalty in equal measure and was thus able to rule over a multi-ethnic empire. Its ability to draw upon pre-established political rituals and blend them with orientalist and colonial themes is suggestive of the ideological elasticity that characterized the movement.

    During the s, Algerian officials and colonists showed a willingness to adopt the Bonapartist script. Publicists and colonial interest groups relied heav- ily upon prevailing discourses of Bonapartist democracy in framing requests for representative institutions throughout the decade. Lorcin and T. Shepard Lincoln, , 76— Armitage and S. Subahmanyam Houndsmill, , —41; I. Desan, L. Hunt and W. Nelson Ithaca, NY, , —8; M. In this regard, historians have drawn attention to the inequalities and exclusionary practices that routinely pitted a white European settler community invested with rights against a disenfranchised colonized population.

    While these ine- qualities should not be ignored or trivialized, they are part of a larger narrative that has sought to explain, whether explicitly or implicitly, the shortcomings of the republican civilizing mission and the many contradictions it engendered.

    Prior to the founding of the Third Republic, republican discourses vied with competing ideologies and nation-building programmes. Debates over rights and citizenship existed alongside rival iterations of sovereignty, entailing that republican colonialism was only one among various imperial imaginaries in the nineteenth century.

    Only after did republican isonomy and assimilation became the predominant elements of a colonial state and culture that have since assumed primacy in our understanding of the French imperial experience. II With the establishment of universal manhood suffrage in , French politics assumed an imminently popular and democratic character in spirit if not in practice. The Bonapartists of the mid-nineteenth century understood this new political culture perfectly.

    The Bonapartist revival was a product of the national- ist resurgence that grew up during the s and consciously presented itself as a popular movement with deep roots in the French national soil. This pact was a consistent centrepiece of Bonapartist political discourse throughout much of the century. It was this peculiar mix of Rousseauist volunteer- ism and executive autonomy that gave Bonapartism its distinct character and ideological import. Delaroa Paris, , Paris, , Bonapartists at mid-century combined various political traditions and discourses, commonly presenting ideas of sovereignty that were pluralistic and moulded to accom- modate local contexts.

    If Bonapartism prized a ceremonial politics that drew upon revolutionary concepts of sovereignty, it concerned itself with external manifestations of devotion that were often curated in advance. This situation only began to change after as the government pursued a more liberal orientation. During the s and s, Napoleon III appeared regularly at ribbon-cutting cer- emonies and national exhibitions throughout the country.

    Even when absent, the sovereign was evoked in speeches or represented on ceremonial medals distributed at events.

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