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‘La Patrie – Fascism, France and the not so distant Future’ | Robert J Somynne


‘La Patrie – Fascism, France and the not so distant Future’ | Robert J Somynne: The National Front seemed in decline after years of nibbling at the political mainstream. Its leader and several prominent members had been mired in anti-Semitism charges and appeared out of step in a France growing to like each part of itself. The seminal moment of the multi-ethic and multi-religious victory of France’s World Cup winning squad tossed Le Pen’s senior’s claims of a divided France into the ditch of cultural oblivion. Even his jibes about the real French not loving football were either scorned or ignored. Despite his surprise entry into the 2002 run off with then President Jacques Chirac the party looked spent, broke and divided.

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