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Reviews 185 ported projects that were at least partly funded by government, while in the earlier period, peasants were expected to shoulder the entire burden of construction and were understandably less enthusiastic. On the other hand, chapters 3 through 6 present numerous examples of eighteenth-cet~tzyv collective action against seigneurs and curds. The last two chapters of the book are essentially descriptive and cover subjects already alluded to earlier: the brief (1 799-181 3) period ofdoi:10.25071/1913-9632.5524 fatcat:wirrghjhqnejvmfhgkjri5s5j4