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The Americans and the French

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ISBN 9780674188495

Publication Date: 01/01/1968

305 pages

1 chart, 2 line illustrations, 2 maps, 17 tables

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  • Preface
  • 1. The Hexagon
  • 2. Frenchmen: The National Character
  • 3. France and the United States: To the Second World War
  • 4. France and the United States: The Second World War and Its Aftermath
  • 5. The New France: The Material Basis
  • 6. The New France: The Fifth Republic
  • 7. The New France: The Cultural Revolution
  • 8. The United States and France: The 1960s
  • 9. The United States and France: The Possible Future
  • Appendix: Facts about France
  • Reading Suggestions
  • Index

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