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Title: An Explanation of De Gaulle
Description: New York, Harper & Row. 1966, First Edition. Hardcover with dust jacket, 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. Raymond-Claude-Ferdinand Aron (March 14, 1905 in Paris - October 17, 1983 in Paris) was a French philosopher, sociologist and political scientist, well known for his lifelong, often critical friendship with Jean-Paul Sartre, and for his skepticism of the post-war vogue in France for ideologies that largely took their inspiration from a Marxist tradition. After the war, he opposed Jean-Paul Sartre and Marxist ideologies, without always backing Charles de Gaulle and other right-wing political movements. Very Good/Very Good.

Keywords: Socialism Politics Philosophy Communism Marxism Sociology Social History Economics French France Christian Democracy Catholic Government Mrp Pdp Foreign Policy Colonialism Germany North Africa Indo-China Morocco Tunisia Algeria Elections Gaullist Ww2 Seco

Price: GBP 9.99 = appr. US$ 14.27 Seller: Delectus Books
- Book number: 025590

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