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Fenton has assessed his overall performance, his strengths, his weaknesses, his personality, his undertaking of the challenges and various aspects.
Louis Napoleon came to power at time when France was going through a critical juncture in this history of social and political activities. He was the product of the July revolution that had taken place in 1848. This was the third revolution in a span of less than six decades. The social structures and other facets of the French society were deeply uprooted. He had a task up his sleeve and he had to find a mix of policies that would enable strengthening of power as well as the liberal ideas enrichment, for it would otherwise backfire as it had done in the case of all those rulers who had long tried to crush and oppress any idea and any movement that was based on social empowerment.
The book gives an account of the early days of Louis Napoleon; however it formally takes off with the detailed account of the events that took place in 1848 and the subsequent outcome showing up in form of the enthronement of the nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte. His contributions, his valor, his wisdom, his capacity and ability to handle criticism, allowing the rivals to stay intact, keeping in view the aspect of social welfare and in parallel also ensuring that France does not suffer from political and global isolation in those days; all these were in the agenda and mindset of Louis Napoleon, and all these have been explained and expressed by Fenton in a completely comprehensive manner. Fenton Bresler has also given an account of his private life, his love affairs and his admiration and desire for the element of woman and the role the women played in his life during different phases. One of the notable ones was when he sought refuge and disguised himself to deceive the custodians and other people.
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