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39 Picking up on this theme, Prussian minister Schwarzenberg, in addressing a French gathering after the allies entered Paris in 1814, continually spoke in terms of Europe rather than of the alliance. “Europe wishes to be at peace with France,” he told the crowd. “Europe does not wish to encroach on the rights of a great nation... ” 40 He just as easily could have spoke in the name of the alliance, since it was their armies that were then occupying France. He chose to evoke European legitimacy.

Great power cohesion was maintained in part through the newly developed concept of grouping.

In sum, the French revolution inspired the ruling elites to seek new forms of legitimation and support to replace their domestic coalitions of crown and altar. ” These were the conditions that made the evolution of transnational identities possible. Europeanism and the Concert of Vienna Concert systems and common security associations both require a high level of commitment toward a greater good that goes beyond any notion of parochial self-interest. The common experiences of the previous twenty-five years—the French revolution, the Napoleonic wars, and the social and political reorganization of Europe—convinced the members of the Quadruple Alliance that it would be necessary to adopt a more systemic approach to reconstruction after the war was over.

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