French Politics

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French Politics

By Dorothy Pickles
Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1953
302 pp. $5.00

A competent and perceptive study of the complex French political scene, including foreign as well as domestic affairs, under the Fourth Republic. In the author's view the shortage of political manpower and the lack of political morale, rather than institutional shortcomings, are at the root of France's difficulties.

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