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An American Spectator in Paris

An American Spectator in Paris

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Länge: 316 Seiten4 Stunden

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In his third book on France, the veteran international journalist Joseph Harriss cautions that it is probably not the country you expect. He explores persistent myths about that complex nation and analyses its rapidly evolving situation. What have 70 years of Socialism done to it? Are French culture and cuisine still the gold standard? He ranges from politics to wrenching socio-economic change, from the outsized sway of women to the influence of "les intellectuels." International affairs, including critical scrutiny of the European Union, Unesco, and Nato, are also covered. The result is a thought-provoking assessment of France today. Foreword by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., Editor-in-Chief, The American Spectator. "Well worth reading to get a better insight into the France that was, what she may become, and why."–Publisher’s Weekly

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An American Spectator in Paris

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An American Spectator in Paris

Länge: 316 Seiten4 Stunden

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In his third book on France, the veteran international journalist Joseph Harriss cautions that it is probably not the country you expect. He explores persistent myths about that complex nation and analyses its rapidly evolving situation. What have 70 years of Socialism done to it? Are French culture and cuisine still the gold standard? He ranges from politics to wrenching socio-economic change, from the outsized sway of women to the influence of "les intellectuels." International affairs, including critical scrutiny of the European Union, Unesco, and Nato, are also covered. The result is a thought-provoking assessment of France today. Foreword by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., Editor-in-Chief, The American Spectator. "Well worth reading to get a better insight into the France that was, what she may become, and why."–Publisher’s Weekly

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