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The long presidency : France in the Mitterrand years, 1981-1995

Author: Julius Weis Friend
Publisher: Boulder, Col. : Westview Press, ©1998.
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Julius Friend analyzes the changes, successes, and failures in the long and checkered record of the former French president, Francois Mitterrand. Extensive interviews with French politicians and intellectuals complement his original research.
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Genre/Form: History
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Friend, Julius Weis.
Long presidency.
Boulder, Col. : Westview Press, ©1998
(OCoLC)605575441
Online version:
Friend, Julius Weis.
Long presidency.
Boulder, Col. : Westview Press, ©1998
(OCoLC)609123870
Named Person: François Mitterrand; Francois Mitterrand; François Mitterrand; François Mitterrand; François Mitterrand
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Julius Weis Friend
ISBN: 0813328500 9780813328508 0813328519 9780813328515
OCLC Number: 37432799
Description: xii, 308 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Genesis. Prologue: The Pantheon. History and Mythology. The New Leader of the Left. The Making of a New Socialist Party. The Dangerous Ally. Mitterrand's Socialist Party. Against All Hope --
2. Socialism in One Common Market Country. The Third Round. The New Men. Governing in a Hurry. Nationalization. Economic Problems. A Slight Case of Hubris. Parenthesis Without an End. The Legislative Record. The "Other Policy," Ideological Drought. Legislation and Its Discontents. The Problems of Pierre Mauroy. The Second-Biggest Demonstration Ever --
3. Thirty-Six Months at the Center. Fabius Socialism. Bitter Medicine. Gradual Improvement. The PS in 1984. New Worries for Fabius. A Scandal in Auckland. The Politics of the 1986 Election.
Responsibility: Julius W. Friend.
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