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The new edition of this leading text on French politics brings together a completely new set of specially-commissioned chapters covering Chirac's presidency, the 1997 election, the subsequent 'cohabitation' and the impact of the Jospin government. The book explores the impact of Europe on French policy-making, the French attitude to globalization and the challenges posed by unemployment, social exclusion and institutional reform to longstanding practices of the French state.
PART ONE: THE POLITICAL SYSTEM
Electoral Politics and the Party Competition
Pressure Group Politics
PART TWO: THE PARCELIZATION OF POWER
The Administrative Machine and Judiciary
A Revolution in the Provinces?
The Europeanization of French Politics
PART THREE: PUBLIC POLITICS
Foreign and Security Policy
The Evolution of Economic Policy
PART FOUR: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES
Social Policy and Unemployment
Conclusion: In Search of an Evanescent European Identity
ALAIN GUYOMARCH is Lecturer in Politics, and Deputy Director of the European Institute, London School of Economics.
HOWARD MACHIN is Director, The European Institute, London School of Economics.
PETER A. HALL is Professor of Government, Harvard University.
JACK HAYWARD is Research Professor, University of Hull.
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