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The extreme right in France, 1789 to the present

By Peter J. Davies

Abstract

An overview of a fascinating and contentious political and intellectual tradition

Topics: DC
Publisher: Routledge
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:5523

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  10. Corresponds with the type of doctrine examined in A.Aughey, ’The Moderate Right: The Conservative Tradition
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  12. for whom Barrès was a key spokesman, was known officially as the ’Revisionist’ movement because it sought to ’revise’ the constitutional arrangements of the Third Republic.
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  16. Not to be confused with 1980s new right.
  17. One Vichy poster featured two houses: one representative of the old Republic - decrepit and dirty -
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