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Revue de Presse: August 11

Share the post "Revue de Presse: August 11" Welcome to Tocqueville 21’s weekly revue de presse, where we recap some of the most thought-provoking articles we’ve seen on democracy and politics in France, the US, and beyond. As always, the articles we relay here do not necessarily reflect the views of the editors and interns that put this list together, just what we think is worth reading. Americans have been seeing the fall of Rome as a mirror for their own anxieties...

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Revue de Presse: August 4

Share the post "Revue de Presse: August 4" Welcome to Tocqueville 21’s weekly revue de presse—now appearing on Sundays—where we recap some of the most thought-provoking articles we’ve seen on democracy and politics in France, the US, and beyond. As always, the articles we relay here do not necessarily reflect the views of the editors and interns that put this list together, just what we think is worth reading. In Dissent’s latest issue, devoted to the question, “What...

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Revue de Presse: July 27

Share the post "Revue de Presse: July 27" Welcome to Tocqueville 21’s weekly revue de presse, where we recap some of the most thought-provoking articles we’ve seen on democracy and politics in France, the US, and beyond. As always, the articles we relay here do not necessarily reflect the views of the editors and interns who put this list together, just what we think is worth reading. With the second round of Democratic Party debates just around the corner, Michael...

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Revue de Presse: July 20

Share the post "Revue de Presse: July 20" Welcome to Tocqueville 21’s weekly revue de presse, where we recap some of the most thought-provoking articles we’ve seen on democracy and politics in France, the US, and beyond. As always, the articles we relay here do not necessarily reflect the views of the editors and interns that put this list together, just what we think is worth reading. Three months after the astonishing Notre Dame fire, the New York Times published a...

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Revue de Presse: July 13

Share the post "Revue de Presse: July 13" Welcome to Tocqueville 21’s weekly revue de presse, where we re-cap some of the most thought-provoking articles we’ve seen on democracy and politics in France, the US, and beyond. As always, the articles we relay here do not necessarily reflect the views of the editors and interns that put this list together, just what we think is worth reading. In The Nation, Rosemarie Ho notes that the Democratic Party has been reticent to...

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Revue de Presse: July 6

Share the post "Revue de Presse: July 6" Welcome to Tocqueville 21’s weekly revue de presse, where we re-cap some of the most thought-provoking articles we’ve seen on democracy and politics in France, the US, and beyond. As always, the articles we relay here do not necessarily reflect the views of the editors and interns that put this list together, just what we think is worth reading.  * Libération‘s EU correspondent Jean Quatremer examines the ongoing frustrations...

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Revue de Presse: June 29

Share the post "Revue de Presse: June 29" Welcome to Tocqueville 21’s second weekly revue de presse, where we re-cap some of the most thought-provoking articles we’ve seen on democracy and politics in France, the US, and beyond. As always, the articles we relay here do not necessarily reflect the views of the editors and interns that put this list together, just what we think is worth reading. This week, we take a look at the migration debate on both continents,...

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Introducing Tocqueville 21’s Revue de Presse

Share the post "Introducing Tocqueville 21’s Revue de Presse" Starting this weekend, we’re going to be trying something new on this blog: putting together a weekly collection of some of the most interesting articles, in English and French, that touch on some of the core themes of this blog. The articles we’ll be posting do not necessarily represent the opinions of Tocqueville 21’s writers, but get to the heart of contemporary democratic issues as seen in the politics of...

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