Childers then draws on newly available Vichy archives to scour the literature of women's groups, family manuals, worker's organizations, and numerous associations to build the crux of her thesis concerning the (dis)continuities between Interwar Vichy (1940-1945) and post-war French
welfare policies (chapter 3).
More recently, French
intellectuals Robert Redecker and Alain Finkielkraut have faced death threats from Islamic radicals for criticizing Islam and the actions and demands of militant Muslims.
The troops did not have permethrin-impregnated battlefield uniforms as do soldiers in the French
Invoking 1789, as the French
often do, Charlotte Billaud, a 21-year-old university student protesting in Paris, said the new labor law would have been like "living beneath a guillotine.
The teacher who wishes to have students read a complete authentic text, written by a French
author for French
readers, is faced with the challenge of identifying material that is both of interest to students and at their reading proficiency level.
That is why so many French
people were shaken when dozens of its cities exploded in riots last autumn.
Beyond the French
border, a local German labor court in Wuppertal recently refused to allow Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
In 1995, Chirac finally reached the pinnacle of French
politics by entering the Elysee Palace thanks to a campaign based on leftist rhetoric against the so-called "social divide" in France between the haves and the have-nots.
Don't hate me because I'm French
and, like that new book touts, French
Women Don't Get Fat.
To Ziska, the opportunity was obvious--a few major exhibits and a French
play, each of which required months of wrangling with directors, art collectors, and international loan agents to stage, were coinciding, and during spring's tourist high-season to boot: This surely called for a French
Longino convincingly argues that these plays served the necessary formation of French
"colonial identity in other parts of the world," born of the establishment of footholds in "the Chesapeake Bay (Annapolis, 1603), in Quebec (1608), in Guyana (1609)," among other enterprises (225, 2-3).