French Fascism: The Second Wave, 1933-1939

Paperback | January 31, 1997

byRobert Soucy

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This provocative book demolishes the notion that fascism never took hold in France. Robert Soucy, author of the acclaimed French Fascism: The First Wave, continues his argument that France has had a long-standing fascist tradition, and he investigates the social and economic conservatism of French fascist movements of the 1930s.

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This provocative book demolishes the notion that fascism never took hold in France. Robert Soucy, author of the acclaimed French Fascism: The First Wave, continues his argument that France has has a long-standing fascist tradition, and he investigates the social and economic conservatism of French fascist movements of the 1930s.

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This provocative book demolishes the notion that fascism never took hold in France. Robert Soucy, author of the acclaimed French Fascism: The First Wave, continues his argument that France has had a long-standing fascist tradition, and he investigates the social and economic conservatism of French fascist movements of the 1930s.

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This provocative book demolishes the notion that fascism never took hold in France. Robert Soucy, author of the acclaimed French Fascism: The First Wave, continues his argument that France has has a long-standing fascist tradition, and he investigates the social and economic conservatism of French fascist movements of the 1930s.

Format:PaperbackDimensions:366 pages, 9.25 × 6.13 × 0.68 inPublished:January 31, 1997Publisher:Yale University Press

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ISBN - 10:0300070438

ISBN - 13:9780300070439

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This provocative book demolishes the notion that fascism never took hold in France. Robert Soucy, author of the acclaimed French Fascism: The First Wave, continues his argument that France has has a long-standing fascist tradition, and he investigates the social and economic conservatism of French fascist movements of the 1930s.