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By David Corn

From the reporter who broke the Romney video tale, forty seven percentage finds for the 1st time the dramatic story of the way David Corn, Washington Bureau leader at mom Jones, MSNBC analyst and writer of the hot York occasions bestseller Showdown, discovered of its lifestyles, situated the resource, authenticated the video, and persuaded the resource to permit him liberate it. In forty seven percentage, Corn recounts how the forty seven percentage video healthy into the continuing narrative of the 2012 election and significantly replaced the process the crusade. This immediate, on-the-news ebook additionally beneficial properties an astute evaluation of the 1st debate among President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney and assesses the strengths and weaknesses of every candidate as they head into the ultimate stretch of this old election.

David Corn is the Washington bureau leader for mom Jones journal and an analyst for MSNBC and NBC information. he's the writer of the recent York instances bestsellers Hubris (with Michael Isikoff) and The Lies of George W. Bush, and frequently presents remark on nationwide Public Radio.

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Germain, La Vie quotidienne en France a la fin du grand siecle (Paris, 1965), 19l. 7 Cited by P. Bondois, "La Misere sous Louis XIV: la disette de 1662," Revue d'histoire economique et sociale, XII (1924), 61-62,78; Le Magasin pittoresque, 43rd year (1875), 110. See also Edme Beguillet, Description historique de Paris et de ses plus beaux monumens .... (Paris, 1779), I, 66-67; Pierre Ciement, Portraits historiques (Paris, 1855), 189-92; George Rosen, Madness in Society (New York, 1969), 167fT.

Correspondance litteraire, philosophique et critique, ed. by M. Toumeux (Paris, 1877-82), VI, 30 and Mirabeau cited by G. Weulersse, La Physiocratie a la fin du regne de Louis XV (Paris, 1959), 84-85, 91. 25 On the grain department, see the A Imanach royal for virtually any year in the eighteenth century. See also Labrousse, Esquisse; the F11 series in the AN; and works devoted to individuals who played a prominent role in the department such as Trudaine de Montigny. THE POLICE OF PROVISIONING 17 often tend~ntious.

Freville, L'Intendance de Bretagne (Rennes, 1953); V. R. Gruder, The Royal Provincial Intendants: A Governing Elite in 18th Century France (Ithaca, 1968); Maurice Bordes, D'Etigny et I'administration de I'intendance d'Auch (175167) (Auch, 1957); Bordes, HLes Intendants de Louis XV," Revue historique, CCXXII (1960), 45-62; Bordes, "Les Intendants eclaires de la fin de l'ancien regime," Revue d'histoire economique et so ciale , XXXIX (1961), 57-83. Cf. " Du Gouvernement, des mlEurs, et des conditions en France avant la revolution (Paris, 1814), 102-103.

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