Modern France: Problems of the Third and Fourth Republics

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Modern France: Problems of the Third and Fourth Republics

By Edward Mead Earle
Princeton University Press, 1951
522 pp. $6.00
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An important contribution. Some 29 specialists have contributed chapters--originally papers read at the Institute for Advanced Study--on the significant aspects of contemporary France; a rather rich menu, including the decline of the élan vital, letters and science, the political spectrum, social and economic problems, security and foreign affairs.

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