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The book also looks at new forms of political mobilization around gender, immigration, and environmental issues. Table of contents (14 chapters). François Mitterrand, the Left and Political Mobilization in France.

The book also looks at new forms of political mobilization around gender, immigration, and environmental issues. Show all. The Limits of Political Economy: Mitterrand and the Crisis of the French Left. Exchange Rate Politics in France, 1981–1983: The Regime-Defining Choices of the Mitterrand Presidency.

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The Mitterrand Era: Policy Alternatives and Political Mobilization in France. The author examines the alternative interpretations of the French revolution, which were offered by outstanding thinkers, its contemporaries. This anthology examines the effects of economic orthodoxy on the French left. A decade after the governing left relinquished plans to 'transform society', French social actors have indeed changed. For philosophical consciousness, a revolution is always an occasion to express the most common social problems, to outline this or that vision of history as such.

Francois Mitterrand was one of the giants of post-war French politics . Book Condition: A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition.

Francois Mitterrand was one of the giants of post-war French politics - a master tactician whose political career spanned more than four decades from wartime occupation to decolonization. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged.

The Mitterrand Era. Policy Alternatives and Political Mobilization in France. Oxford: Symposium Books. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 56–82. Local policy networks in Britain and France: policy coordination in fragmented political sub-systems’, West European Politics 18, 4: 88–108. Cole, A. and John, P. 2001. Local Governance in England and France. and Jones, G. 2005. and Loughlin, J. 2003.

He served as President of France for two 7-year terms, from 1981 to 1995. A part of the enacted policies was formulated in the Socialist Party's 110 Propositions for France, the electoral program for the 1981 presidential election

The Limits of Political Economy: Mitterrand and the Crisis of the French Left. In: A. Daley, e. The Mitterand Era: Policy Alternative and Political Mobilisation in France, 1st ed. London: Macmillan Press, p. 3-56.

The Limits of Political Economy: Mitterrand and the Crisis of the French Left. In-text: (Uterwedde, 1998). Your Bibliography: Uterwedde, H. (1998). Mittetrand's Economic and Social Policy in Perspective. In: M. Maclean, e. The Mitterrand Years, 1st ed. 33-151.

From political mobilization to choice of a marital partner, each of these renderings of racial identity has .

From political mobilization to choice of a marital partner, each of these renderings of racial identity has substantially penetrated the disciplines of sociology, political science, anthropology, and social psychology. The mobilization of constituencies around a perceived collective interest is the essence of political and social movements, and in this sense all political mobilization is ‘identity politics.

France is characterised by numerous political trends. This article provides an overview of some of them. Since the 1789 French Revolution, the political spectrum in France has obeyed the left–right distinction. However, due to the historical association of the term droite (right) with monarchism, conservative or right-wing parties have tended to avoid officially describing themselves as representing the "right wing".