Who Speaks for Europe? The Vision of Charles De Gaulle

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Who Speaks for Europe? The Vision of Charles De Gaulle

By Lois Pattison de Ménil
Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1977
232 pp.
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An elegant essay on the roots and development of de Gaulle's European policies, by an American scholar well-versed in French affairs. It is a canny, realistic de Gaulle who emerges in these pages - and to a large extent, in his words - and not the bugaboo of American Atlanticists.

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