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35 33 MONTESQUIEU AND CONSTITUTIONAL ORDER The instructions for Minister, or as he was to become known, Citizen Genet, were ready by the middle of December, and were in two parts, the first more rhetorical, the second more practical. They began with a misunderstanding of the American constitution which was to lead to later complications: addressed not to the President, but to Congress, the instructions were based on the erroneous belief that the American Congress, like the French National Convention, possessed all power since it embodied the sovereign will of the people.

He had hardly 45 MARX AND REVOLUTIONARY ORDER one personal enemy, and was ‘beloved, revered and mourned by millions of revolutionary fellow-workers—from the mines of Siberia to California, in all parts of Europe and America’. ’1 Little more than a century after that ringing declaration, the issue is somewhat in doubt. While the Russian Revolution of October 1917 and its aftermath appeared to give fresh emphasis to the words of Engels, the August Revolution of 1991 seemed to mark the end of an era in Russia, with the beginning of the end already apparent in Eastern Europe in 1989.

10 This predominance, conditioned as it was by basic geographical circumstances, had also developed over time, from the ancient world through the medieval to the modern. Of course, it all began with the Greeks, and was continued by the Romans, a view widely shared by his contemporaries along with Montesquieu, who devotes a considerable amount of The Spirit 20 MONTESQUIEU AND CONSTITUTIONAL ORDER of the Laws to the systems to be found in Athens and Rome. However, the great man was not an uncritical analyst of the classical world, nor did he believe that Europe owed everything to it.

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