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"The Famine Plot Persuasion"

Using Steven Kaplan's essay "The famine plot persuasion" assess what role the grain supply played in shaping the collective eighteenth-century French mindset toward food, toward the governments role in guaranteeing a reliable food supply, and toward their king. Why does Kaplan focus his study not on actual famines, but on a history of belief in the existence of famine plots? what role did government ministers and hired financiers play in preventing famines in eighteenth century France?Why did the public understand the ministers goals and actions very differently from what the government intended? why was this divided understanding ultimately dangerous for the stability of the French monarchy ? 6-7 double spaced page paper in Turabian/Chicago format footnotes citations and bibliographic reference NO outside sources ONLY based on the attached essay
Using Steven Kaplan's essay "The famine plot persuasion" assess what role the grain supply played in shaping the collective eighteenth-century French mindset toward food, toward the governments role in guaranteeing a reliable food supply, and toward their king.
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November 17, 2016
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November 18, 2016
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