Gaullism Since De Gaulle

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Dartmouth Publ., 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 501 pages
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This is the first general study of Gaullism to appear for a generation and takes the party's survival for its central theme. Opening with a narrative approach that highlights the impact of personal rivalries on the party's history since 1969, Andrew Knapp then analyzes the underpinnings of its continued strength in its electoral appeal, its organizational strength, its role in government at both local and national level, and its changing ideology.

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