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Les députés de l’empereur : Une sociologie politique du pouvoir législatif sous le Second Empire

Abstract : This article focuses on the Corps Législatif of the Second Empire, due to a lack of research on the issue in the field of political science. A sociological and historical approach allows to study the members of this assembly in all their spheres of life. Through prosopography and the reading of departmental and national archives, the article puts forward a typology of three types of parliamentarians (oblates, established, rivals). The analysis shows how their method of selection – by obtaining an official candidacy or not – and their past political experiences affected their daily activity and their fidelity to the executive power. However, the symbolic, social and political resources that members of parliament acquired through their function contributed to their progressive empowerment.
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Nicolas Tardits. Les députés de l’empereur : Une sociologie politique du pouvoir législatif sous le Second Empire. Revue d’histoire du XIXe siècle, La Société de 1848, 2019, pp.203-219. ⟨10.4000/rh19.6642⟩. ⟨hal-03380618⟩

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