Larmour, Peter J.
Title THE FRENCH RADICAL PARTY IN THE 1930's
Binding Hardcover and Dustjacket
Book Condition Very Good +
Jacket Condition Very Good
Edition First Edition
Size 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall
Publisher Stanford, California Stanford University Press 1964
Seller ID 012586
327pp., several intext graphs/tables. Book clean and square. Spine firm, lightly bumped. Plain original cloth boards undamaged. Textblock unmarked. Sepia, art-illustrated (H.P. Gassier), loose-plastic protected dustjacket lightly edgeworn, with a mild sticker ghost on front flap. During the fateful decade of the 1930's, with shadows of war darkening in European countries, France was governed principally by the Radical Party - loosely organized, undisciplined, anachronistic, incapable of real decision. The Radical Party were unsuited to respond to the enormous challenges of the time. This book tells the story . . . Contents include: Prelims., Introduction, Part 1/ The Basis of Radical Politics. 2/ The End of the Radical Republic. Conclusion, Notes, Bibliography, Index. Book weight approx. 655g.
Politics, France, Political Science, History (France), French Radical Party, 1930's, Political History, Larmour, Peter J.