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Petite plongée dans les annales historiques

"At the end of the eighteenth century, Nantes was a large, industrial, working class city. Though highly diversified, the working class shared similar characteristics socio-economically as well as a socio-culturally. In the second half of the eighteenth century, labor conflicts increased because of new demands caused by industrialization. Workers organizations solidified; hence, the problem of their recognition grew still more acute during the Revolution. Indeed, in Nantes, as elsewhere, workers interpreted the abolition privilege and the Declaration of the Rights of Man like the liquidation of corporate privileges and the police of work as a legitimization of their organizations. After a period of tolerance, the Chapelier Law clearly reaffirmed their proscription. Afterwards, workers could still continue their revolutionary experience in their organizations, even if these underwent changes."

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