4 edition of The Mitterrand Era found in the catalog.
The Mitterrand Era
January 1, 1996
by New York University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Anthony Daley (Editor), Melanie Nolan (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||384|
This book was given to me as a First Read on Goodreads. French politics of World War II and post war is complex and confusing. So is Francois Mitterrand who was in the middle of it all. Mitterrand was taken prisoner by the Germans when he was a young man. He made several escape attempts and finally succeeded in making it to the South of France/5. President François Mitterrand were born and grew up in an era when their nations fought two cataclysmic wars. Kohl and Mitterrand worked hard to bolster the post-war relationship between France and Germany, and underscored the importance of peace between their nations in the pursuit of European integration. The sight of the two leaders holdingFile Size: KB.
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The final prices may differ from the prices shown due to specifics of VAT rules This anthology examines the effects of economic orthodoxy on. The Mitterrand Era Policy Alternatives and Political Mobilization in France.
Editors (view affiliations) Anthony Daley; François Mitterrand, the Left and Political Mobilization in France. The book also looks at new forms of political mobilization around gender, immigration, and.
Get this from a library. The Mitterrand era: policy alternatives and political mobilization in France. [Anthony Daley;] -- The French left came to power in with a project to "transform society".
By French economic policy underwent a dramatic U-turn as the government moved from its. A considered look at the Mitterrand presidency as a The Mitterrand Era book, its place in French history, and the trends for the twenty-first century emerging under Chirac.
The fourteen years during which Mitterrand was at the helm ushered in fundamental change in many different domains, as France faced up to new Author: Mairi Maclean.
Get this from a library. The Mitterrand era: policy alternatives and political mobilization in France. [Anthony Daley;] -- Examines the effects of economic orthodoxy on the French left. Various essays examine the political impact of economic forces, exploring the relationships between left parties and organized labour.
François Mitterrand stares at Anne Pingeot, in red, at the inauguration of the Musee d’Orsay in Photograph: Derrick Ceyrac/AFP It was the secret political love affair of the century.
Sanctioned by Ms. Pingeot (Pan-JOH), 73, and Mr. Mitterrand’s three surviving children, the books read like time capsules from an era when people had emotions, not emoticons.
Shot through with a delicious, wicked sense of humor, The President's Hat is a vivid re-creation of the everyday life of an era.
"As entertaining as it is original, this is a story to enjoy like a chocolate with a surprise centre."—Marie France "An enjoyable trip into the heart of the s."—Le Figaro "Impossible to resist"—L'Express/5(). In ‘A Taste for Intrigue: The Multiple Lives of François Mitterrand,’ Philip Short masterfully probes these contradictions."— I covered France as a foreign correspondent during the Mitterrand era, and I thought I knew the man.
“Philip Short's new book on Francois Mitterrand is the best sort of biography—deeply informed Brand: Holt, Henry & Company, Inc. Slightly more than half the book recounts Mitterrand’s ascent to the Presidency of France in how in his youth, his friendships were on the far Right; how he was taken prisoner of war by the Germans, but escaped to Vichy; initially supported Pétain and was decorated by him; broke with Vichy in and became part of the Resistance; supported Giraud against De Gaulle; disliked the Cited by: 1.
François Mitterrand and the far right has been the theme of a number of books, films and television programmes sincegenerating many column inches and much debate, not to mention rumours and gossip. Pierre Péan's book published in discusses in depth François Mitterrand's formative years in s and s.
Other authors discuss s rise in the Front national, and debate the. The French Defence Debate examines assertions of consensus and continuity in, and surrounding, France's defence sincewith primary reference to the political career of François Mitterrand.
Mitterrand's influence over defence and security, before and after his election to. French Fiction in the Mitterrand Years: Memory, Narrative, Desire, by Colin Davis & Elizabeth Fallaize; pp. Oxford: Oxford University Press,$ Like the Mitterrand era itself, Davis and Fallaize's French Fiction in the Mitterrand Years is somewhat uneven.
The election of François Mitterrand in as the President of the Fifth Republic was a milestone in modern French history. François Mitterrand, struggling against a life-threatening cancer to finish his presidency, has proven to be France's most important leader since Carles de Gaulle.
His accomplishments -- helping mold the European Union, boosting the legitimacy of France's domestic institutions, crafting Paris' response to the Cold War, and redefining the French left -- are historic. As a result, Mitterrand's Cited by: 4. Still, with the end of the Mitterrand era, the race to turn Paris into the capital of 21st century art and architecture has slowed, leaving only the gigantic financial burden and a lot of.
François Mitterrand has 40 books on Goodreads with ratings. François Mitterrand’s most popular book is Lettres à Anne. François Mitterrand, politician who served two terms (–95) as president of France, leading his country to closer political and economic integration with western Europe.
The first socialist to hold the office, Mitterrand abandoned leftist economic policies early in his presidency and generally. The illegitimate daughter of François Mitterrand is suing a former head of the French intelligence service for describing her father, in a book published this week, as a lying, incompetent Author: Jon Henley.
There were fears among Mr Mitterrand's friends and family that the film would focus on the scandals - both political and personal - of his era. Even today, a trial is still going on of Mr Mitterrand's staff, accused of tapping the telephones of the late president's enemies, including journalists and celebrities.
Like Short, I covered France as a foreign correspondent during the Mitterrand era, and I thought I knew the man. Short's fascinating book has showed me how much I didn't know, not only about Mitterrand himself but also about the fraught eras of French and European history on which he left his mark.”Cited by: 1.
In his book published in“La Vème Republique aux Fourneaux” (The 5th Republic Behind the Stove), Mr. Normand describes the Mitterrand era as a miserable one for him, recounting how the president hired a personal cook and never bothered to get to know his own chef. Under the French Fourth Republic, Mitterrand had served in a series of short-lived coalition governments — including brief spells in the only two left-led governments of the entire postwar era: inhe joined the cabinet of Pierre Mendès France as minister of interior, remaining in that position until the administration collapsed a year.
The man who changed the course of modern FranceInFrançois Mitterrand became France's first popularly elected socialist president. By the time he completed his mandate, he had led the country for 14 years, longer than any other French head of state in modern times.
Mitterrand mirrored France in all its imperfections and tragedies, its cowardice and glory, its weakness and its strength.