“He accused a number of members of the defunct junta of "Bonapartism" and sent some of them abroad in ambassadorial posts.”
“His "Bonapartism", we are told, "also owes something to his sometimes arcane, quasi-feudal, pre-capitalist corporatist values ... (p20)".”
“Bonapartism" normally tends to be a political move to the conservative side, or at best a corporative self-assertion of the armed forces as a special economic and professional pressure group within the status quo.”
“One of the world's great tragedies since the fall of the Soviet Union has been Russia's slide back to Bonapartism under Vladimir Putin.”
“Having just fought the putschists to defend democracy and constitutionality, for Yeltsin to violate the constitution and dissolve an elected parliament—one that was enthusiastically supporting his initiatives—would have seemed a bizarre act of Bonapartism.”
“Fauchelevent, who, like many of our peasants of the North, had an old fund of Bonapartism about him.”
“He was responding to Vladimir Putin's quick-step march into authoritarianism -- Bonapartism with a semi-civilian face.”
“She deals briskly with how Napoleon used Caesar's example to justify and extend his emergency powers -- and how critics of Bonapartism stressed Caesar's role in turning military adventures abroad into despotism at home.”
“Before long Mademoiselle Thirion made known that she thought it improper to attend the classes of a painter whose opinions were tainted with patriotism and Bonapartism (in those days the terms were synonymous), and she ceased her attendance at the studio.”
“He believes (if I read him correctly) that all it takes to send the Army packing is for all politicians to be henceforth united in resisting Bonapartism.”
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