French Questions - Elizabeth Christy French Questions May...

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Elizabeth Christy French Questions May 25 th 2010 Anastasia Martin Comparative Politics Rasmussen Business College French Questions 1. Why did it take so long for a stable democratic regime to take hold in France? o “There was a dispute against the role of religion and the relationship between the church and state. During the nineteenth and twentieth century’s the religious differences divided France into an anticlerical Left that advocated the total separation of church and state and a proclerical Right that believed the church should play a leading role in a restored monarchy (Hauss, 2009, pg. 108).” o “The French parties were so divided that elections never produced a majority, instead the cabinets had to include members of three or four parties that had little or nothing in common (Hauss, 2009, pg. 108).” 2. How did de Gaulle's changes to the country's institution and social, political, and economic processes contribute to the creation of an effective industrial state? o
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2011 for the course ECONOMY G123/EC100 taught by Professor Melissa during the Spring '10 term at Rasmussen College.

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