FRENCH REVOLUTION
No Christmas Mass At Notre Dame For First Time Since French Revolution
The services at the Paris cathedral, which continued through two world wars and Nazi occupation, were relocated after this year's fire.
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When Someone Tells Me I’m A 'Difficult Woman'
No one seems to really know what to do with the woman who doesn’t fit anywhere.
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AGLAIA BERLUTTI
Reading List: Foucault And The Race-Based Vision Of History, The Underside Of The French Presidential Campaign, And What We’re Willing To Die For
To the twenty French academics who have come to the defense of Houria Bouteldja, spokesperson for Le Parti des Indigènes
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BERNARD-HENRI LÉVY
Emmanuel Macron and the Post-Revolutionary Idea
PARIS – No, Parisian voters are not “vomitatious,” as the pathetic Henri Guaino proclaimed Monday after losing his seat in
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BERNARD-HENRI LÉVY
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Whatever Happened To Revolutions?
For decades many Westerners were confident that revolutions could transform lagging Third World countries into fledgling
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JONATHAN ADELMAN
The Evolution Of France's Left And Right Politics
From the 1789 French Revolution to this year's election
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This Is How A Resistance Movement Succeeds
It must have a narrative, plan, leadership and organization.
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NICOLAS BERGGRUEN
France and U.S. -- Art & Politics two centuries apart
Top: Karl Haendel, Hillary Clinton, 2016. Pencil on paper, speaker, and audio recording. Bottom: Karl Haendel, Rodeo 8, 10
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EDWARD GOLDMAN
10 Tips to Recognize and Fight Islamic Terrorism
I would like to begin this paper by highlighting a quotation of one of my beloved philosophers, the excommunicated Jew, Baruch Spinoza. He said, "Do not weep. Do not wax indignant. Understand." To understand Islamic Terrorism, these tips will take you to the heart of the issue. They try to break stereotypes and provide the reader, whether Muslim or non-Muslim with some key ideas for further study.
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SAYED-HASSAN AKHLAQ
Vigée Le Brun: Woman Artist in Revolutionary France
Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun, Self-Portrait with Cerise Ribbons, ca. 1782. Oil on canvas, 25 ½ x 21 ¼ in. Kimbell Art Museum
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SUSAN JAQUES
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