Léon Blum: Humanist in Politics

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Duke University Press, 1987 - 523 páginas
John Colton is a meticulous researcher and a fine craftsman. In his political biography of Leon Blum, these two qualities are beautiully blended; none of the available evidence appears to have been over looked, and the enormous mass of variegated material has been transmuted in a polished, richly tapestried, and absorbing narrative.
 

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The Early Years 18721914
3
War Socialism
36
Theory and Tactics 19211933
55
From
92
The Great Fear of June 1936
129
The Blum Experiment 260
160
Foreign Affairs
198
The NonIntervention Policy
234
Vichy July 1940
368
The Prisoner 19401942
385
The Riom Trial 1942
405
Bourassol Buchenwald Liberation 19431945
428
Humanist Socialism
447
End of the Apostolate
474
Glossary
485
A Note on Political Parties and Elections
491

End of the Exercise of Power June 1937
270
Munich and War
311
Paris and Bordeaux
342
Supplementary Bibliography
513
Index follows page
523
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