Chiracs France, 1986-88: Contemporary Issues in French Society John Tuppen

ISBN: 9780312044893

Published: February 15th 1991

Hardcover

249 pages


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Chiracs France, 1986-88: Contemporary Issues in French Society  by  John Tuppen

Chiracs France, 1986-88: Contemporary Issues in French Society by John Tuppen
February 15th 1991 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 249 pages | ISBN: 9780312044893 | 3.41 Mb

In the late 1980s France still bore the scars of an extended period of recession, while many of the issues which had divided French society over the previous decade remained unresolved. It was against this background, and in the unusual circumstances of cohabiting with a President drawn from an opposing political party, that Jacques Chirac became prime minister. Compared with his socialist predecessors, he was pledged to a very different set of policies, underpinned by the desire to reduce the states role in many areas of French life.

This account examines a series of key and often controversial issues related to this critical period of contemporary French history- these include privatisation, unemployment, immigration, education, international terrorism and the question of cohabitation itself.



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