De Gaulle, les Français et l'Europe

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De Gaulle, les Français et l'Europe

By Danielle Bahu-Leyser
Presses Universitaires de France, 1981
259 pp.

This study, originally a doctoral thesis and based on extensive research, examines the great popular support of de Gaulle's policies vis-à-vis Europe, despite the opposition of major institutions, such as parties and journals. Another useful study on how the General promoted his policies, both by force of argument and by a judgment of what would appeal to French real and perceived interests.

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