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Decline or Renewal? France since the 1930s, (Viking Press, 1974). Dead Ends: American Foreign Policy in the New Cold War, (Ballinger Publishing, 1983).
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Old France, worn down by history, bruised by wars and revolutions, going back and forth endlessly from grandeur to decline, but restored from century to century by the genius of renewal. DE GAULLE, War Memoirs. The essays collected in this volume have been written over a period of eighteen years. Some of them were written for this book. The others, published earlier in either English or French, have been revised, often quite drastically, to become part of a coherent volume.
Decline or Renewal: France Since the 1930s. By Stanley Hoffmann (New York: The Viking Press, 1974. Dorothy Pickles (a1).
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Decline or Renewal book . Hoffmann was born in Vienna in 1928, and moved to France with his family the following year. A French citizen since 1947, Hoffmann spent his childhood between Paris and Nice before studying at Sciences Po. He followed an academic career in the United States and founded Harvard's Center for European Studies in 1968. Hoffmann also participated as a political expert in the film The World According to Hoffmann was born in Vienna in 1928, and moved to France with his family the following year.
Stanley Hoffmann France and globalization French decline and reform. Hoffmann, S. (1974) Decline or Renewal? France Since the 1930s. New York: Viking Press. This article draws on a lecture at the Conférence annuelle de l’Ecole Doctorale, Sciences Po, 29 January 2007. Its title refers to Hoffmann (1974).