Section I. Calling for ‘Republican’ War
2. The American Origins of the French Revolutionary War
3. In Search of the ‘Glorious Peace’?
4. Can a Powerful Republic Be Peaceful?
5. Tone and the French Expeditions to Ireland, 1796–1798: Total War, or Liberation?
Section II. Citizenship and ‘Republican’ War
6. A ‘Black Declaration of Independence’?
7. The Army of the Republic: New Warfare and a New Army
8. A Patriotic School: The Recruitment of the Italian Legion in France, 1799–1800
9. From Individual to Collective Emancipation: War and the Republic in the Caribbean during the French Revolution
Section III. Rejecting ‘Republican’ War
10. Fratricide: Tragic Brothers, Masculine Violence, and the Republic on the French Stage, 1799
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11. War and Citizenship: Central Italy 1798–1799
12. Force of Arms, Force of Opinions: Counterrevolution in the Papal States, 1790–1799
13. International War, National War, Civil War: Spain and Counterrevolution (1793–1840)