Bulldozing into Trouble

Home Correspondence Bulldozing into Trouble

Dubious parallels, like old prejudices, die hard. Ever since Franklin Roosevelt unleashed his legislative whirlwind in the winter and spring of 1933, and more particularly in France since 1986, it has become a standard cliché to judge a new government's performance on the basis of its achievements during . . .

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