Pluralism and Multiculturalism in France: Post-Jacobin Transformations
WILLIAM SAFRAN examines the modifications of France’s traditional Jacobin republicanism in the direction of pluralism. He shows how this development has been reflected in the growth of “polyarchic” patterns as manifested in the competition between national and local governmental authorities, on the one hand, and public and private sectors in economics, education, and the media, on the other.
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