David Bidussa

The Late Nineteenth Century as a "Place of Memory" of French Political Culture

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In the early 1890s, immediately after the Centennial of the French Revolution and the International Expo in Paris, French culture and political society were in a deep crisis. Before the Dreyfus Affair, the event with so profound an impact on public opinion, political scandals, new forms of trade-union organization and socialist movements, and the end of the "orderly" society were to usher in a new age and herald the social anxiety - the "fièvre française" - that marked the entire history of the Third Republic until its final collapse in June 1940.

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