Recent Social Trends in France, 1960-1990
McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, Apr 29, 1993 - Social Science - 384 pages
A prominent feature of the social revolution in France has been the decline of the great national institutions -- the Republic, the Army, the church, and the schools -- which are losing their symbolic value and are no longer the targets of ideological disputes. As a result, there is a growing basic consensus among the French people. At the same time, the French have developed a new interest in managing local problems -- due to the decentralization law -- which has led to the establishment of many voluntary associations.
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