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Brice Couturier – Why you need to re-read Fukuyama



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CHRONIC. The author of “The End of the Story” is caricatured and misread. His vision of liberalism, refined in new writings, deserves our full attention.

The American essayist Francis Fukuyama, in 2004.
The American essayist Francis Fukuyama, in 2004.
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By Brice Couturier

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De Gaulle – Think, resist, govern

His name became synonymous with a free and powerful France. De Gaulle, the man of the call of June 18, has established himself in history first as a rebel, a resistance fighter and then as a charismatic political leader, in France and abroad. Adored, hated during the time of his presidency, after his death he became a myth, an ideal of a politician that both on the right and on the left we find ourselves regretting.









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