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The Jasmine Has Wilted But It Will Flower Again
The Islamists are trying to extend their hold on the country, but they are running into resistance. After having won new liberties, journalists and artists are refusing to let (...)
Workers’ Rights Notably Absent From the French Government’s Plan For the Car Industry
We would love to share the Prime Minister’s enthusiasm when he declares that the plan made public at the Elysée palace yesterday was “an extremely important act that results from (...)
A candidate’s screams and fury
The incumbent President resented when l’Humanité showed that his speech on May 1 against unions and intermediate bodies resembled, word for word, the pronouncements of Pétain in (...)
Shame on Them!
Later on historians will be dumbfounded: the reports made by the great dailies’ correspondents, ours for instance (“Greece wrung dry”), Libération ("The like of it had not been (...)
All Rousseau’s Fault !
La faute à Rousseau! [5] - so goes the refrain of the famous song of Hugo’s famous heroic street urchin Gavroche in Les Misérables, the first part of which runs like this : « Je (...)

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