This chapter focuses on Victor Considerant's exile to Belgium after the failed insurrection against Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte. It discusses Consideration public statement on the meaning of the failed insurrection and highlights the massive exodus of radical republicans and socialists who were forced into exile in England, Switzerland, or Belgium. It describes Considerant's activities during this exile and highlights his decision to leave for the U.S. with Albert Brisbane in December 1952.
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