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Direct to the new blog site

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To reach the new site of the French Politics blog at the Tocqueville21 site, you can use this link. If you do this, you'll go straight to my posts, and if you bookmark this link, your experience will be just like reading the old French Politics blog. But be sure to check out the contributions of my collaborators at Tocqueville21 by using the front page of the site, which offers links to the other content.I'm going to stop publishing links here, so you should start using the new site as of today. The visual content will continue to improve, I hope, as I make the transition to the Wordpress platform and add a repertoire of images to spiff up the look of the blog. Let me know what you think by commenting on the new blog. Comments are now enabled. The first time you post a comment, your

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To reach the new site of the French Politics blog at the Tocqueville21 site, you can use this link. If you do this, you'll go straight to my posts, and if you bookmark this link, your experience will be just like reading the old French Politics blog. But be sure to check out the contributions of my collaborators at Tocqueville21 by using the front page of the site, which offers links to the other content.

I'm going to stop publishing links here, so you should start using the new site as of today. The visual content will continue to improve, I hope, as I make the transition to the Wordpress platform and add a repertoire of images to spiff up the look of the blog. Let me know what you think by commenting on the new blog. Comments are now enabled. The first time you post a comment, your contribution will have to be approved by a moderator, but after that your comments should appear immediately. This procedure should cut down on the comment spam.

Thanks for being faithful readers all these years.

Art Goldhammer
Arthur Goldhammer (born 1946) is an American academic and translator. Goldhammer studied mathematics at MIT, gaining his PhD in 1973. Since 1977 he has worked as a translator. He is currently based at the Center for European Studies at Harvard.

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