A utopian socialist and a disciple of Charles Fourier, he was anglophobic and anti-semitic. He was at one time editor-in-chief of the newspaper La Paix, and his studies of natural history served as a vehicle for his political ideas. He was also the brother of teacher and translator Théodore Toussenel.
- Les Juifs, rois de l'époque : histoire de la féodalité financière (1847)
- L'Esprit des bêtes. Vénerie française et zoologie passionnelle (1847)
- Travail et fainéantise, programme démocratique (1849)
- L'Esprit des bêtes. Le monde des oiseaux, ornithologie passionnelle (1853–55)
- Tristia, histoire des misères et des fléaux de la chasse de France (1863)
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