Free eBook The Right Wing in France: From 1815 to de Gaulle (Acls History E-book Project Reprint) download
by Rene Remond
Author: Rene Remond
Publisher: ACLS Humanities E-Book; 2 edition (August 1, 2008)
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Published November 7th 2008 by ACLS History E-Book Project (first published 1954). What appears is that Rémond thus neglected the existence of an Extreme Right or Revolutionary Right in France.
Published November 7th 2008 by ACLS History E-Book Project (first published 1954). La Droite en France de 1815 à nos jours. It is largely against Rémond, I take it, that Zeev Sternhell then wrote to establish theUpdate: Rémond's famous and influential study (published in 1954; and then updated in 1968) identified 3 types of "Right" in France: the Ultra/Legitimists (Restoration, 1815-1830); the Orléanists (1830-1848, the July Monarchy of Louis-Philippe); and the Bonapartists (Louis-Napoléon, 1851-1870).
The Right Wing in France From 1815 to de Gaulle. The Gaullist regime in France has aroused much interest in the nature of French politics
The Right Wing in France From 1815 to de Gaulle. Translated by James M. Laux. The Gaullist regime in France has aroused much interest in the nature of French politics. This stimulating analysis of the conservative faction in France, revised by the author to include the government of General de Gaulle, should be of interest not only to students of that country's history and politics but also to general readers who would understand France's political tradition and where de Gaulle fits into it.
A book of this vintage and on this topic might seem to the casual reader to be of limited use nowadays, but Rémond's "The Right Wing in France" is in fact a fascinating and useful work that deserves to have the dust shaken off it by anyone with an interest in French politics and culture. Rémond famously identifies three varieties of French conservatism, and traces them in their various guises and expressions through 150 or so years of French history. It's a very insightful taxonomy, and makes the sometimes-complex coalitions and conflicts much easier to understand
ACLS Humanities E-Book. Epilogue The Right Wing in the Light of the Events of Spring 1968 (page 395).
ACLS Humanities E-Book. The right wing in France from 1815 to De Gaulle. Bibliography (page 418 ).
Translated from the French by JAMES M. The importance of the Vichy episode in the history of the Right Wing demonstrates that the historic significance of events is not necessarily proportionate to their duration. Although the Vichy regime lasted only four years and the Liberation caused the disappearance of both its personnel and its institutions, the National Revolution¹ nevertheless had important consequences for the destinies of the Right.
From 1815 to de Gaulle. by Laux, James M. University of pennsylvania press. Please find details to our shipping fees here. RRP: Recommended Retail Price.
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Rene Remond was a professor at the University of Paris and author of several works on France's political and religious history.
University of Pennsylvania Press.