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The French Bourgeoisie.

  • Periodical
  • Nation; 4/11/1942, Vol. 154 Issue 15, p432-433, 2p
  • The article presents a discussion on the books "They Called Me Cassandra," by Genevi√®ve Tabouis and "Deadline," by Pierre Lazareff. These two memoirs, by French journalists now in exile in the United States, are important because their authors were well situated to observe what went on between 1930 and 1940 in the Parisian bourgeoisie, which was connected with big business arid politics. Tabouis and Lazareff belong to the Paris bourgeoisie by birth, education, and profession. Both are talented journalists, not historians whose business is to classify facts or sociologists whose business is to trace the causes of events.
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