A United Stance Against Fascism

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A United Stance Against Fascism French Popular Front (1936) I. Defense of Freedom 1. A general amnesty. 2. Measures against the Fascist Leagues: (a) The effective disarmament and dissolution of all semi-military formations, in accordance with the law. (b) The enforcement of legal measures in cases of incitement to murder or any attempt against the safety of the State. 3. Measures for the cleansing of public life, especially by forbidding deputies to combine their parliamentary functions with certain other forms of activity. 4. The Press: (a) The repeal of the infamous laws and decrees restricting freedom of opinion. (b) Reform of the Press by the following legislative measures: (i) Measures effectively repressing libel and blackmail. (ii) Measures which will guarantee the normal means of existence to newspapers, and compel publication of their financial resources. (iii) Measures ending the private monopoly of commercial advertising and the scandals of financial advertising, and preventing the formation of
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course HIST 105 taught by Professor Michaelg.smith during the Fall '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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