The Case for De Gaulle

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The Case for De Gaulle

By A Dialogue Between André Malraux and James Burnham
Random House, 1948
87 pp. $1.50

Mr. Burnham, of "Managerial Revolution" fame, journeyed to Paris and engaged in this dialogue with Malraux, novelist and exponent of Gaullism. Their conversation may in parts be somewhat metaphysical, but is clear enough in showing the general's anti-Communist movement to be authoritarian and ultranationalist.

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