Just Who . . . Was the Juste Milieu?

by Matthew Innis |

When Louis-Philippe I ascended the French throne in 1830, instead of proclaiming himself the King of France, he declared himself “Roi des Français,” the King of the French¹, and by doing so, made clear that his government would be run with the input of the people.  This was the beginning of the July Monarchy, and it was…

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