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To Celebrate Bastille Day, $7.89 Subscriptions

Bastille Day is the perfect day to convert a friend into a Jacobin. Subscriptions are just $7.89 today.

Citizens of Paris, headed by the National Guards, storm the Bastille prison in an event which has come to be seen as the start of the French Revolution, 14th July 1789. (Hulton Archive / Getty Images)

After the storming of the Bastille on July 14, 1789, the British ambassador in Paris said it best: “The troops left the capital and the populace remained the unmolested masters of everything.”

The uprising had world-historic implications, and the broader French Revolution would be an early forerunner for the mass socialist politics that Jacobin was created to advance.

It’s an anniversary we care about, and we want you to be able to use Bastille Day as an opportunity to bring yourself or a friend into the Jacobin fold. Throughout today, new and gift print subscriptions are $7.89 (since it’s below costs, unfortunately, this coupon doesn’t apply to renewals). All international print orders are only $10 more. Just follow this link.

For more information about the French Revolution and its unfulfilled mission, check out this Jacobin guide here.

And as always, everything Jacobin does relies on your generous support to continue. We don’t ask so shamelessly that often, so please consider making a tax-deductible donation.