Could the bourgeoisie ever come closer to victory than ever when the restored monarchy was thought to be more firmly established? The ages in which the superstition saw revolutions as the malice of a handful of promoters are over. Once upon a time there was a boy who really loved fishing poster. Today, everyone knows that behind any revolutionary upheaval, there is necessarily a certain social need that outdated institutions prevent from being satisfied. It is possible that the need has not been felt quite deeply, quite commonly, to ensure immediate victory; but any attempt to suppress it with violence only makes it even stronger, until at last it breaks the chains binding it. So if we get defeated then we have no choice but to start over.