The Daniel Singer Archive

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from THE NATION


Daniel Singer was The Nation's Europe correspondent for two decades and his writings for the magazine span three. This complete archive includes letters exchanges and forum contributions.


from THE TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT

Interrupted Dialogue   January 13, 1950

Party Line   May 19, 1950


from THE ECONOMIST

Paris burns   May 11, 1968

France's cultural revolution   May 18, 1968

A revolution set alight by students, snuffed out by communists   May 25, 1968

The general charges into battle   June 1, 1968

From general strike to general elections   June 8, 1968

Is it the end of the popular front?   June 22, 1968

The end of the first act, not the final curtain   July 6, 1968

Ayes to the left, noes to the right   August 31, 1968

Will this keep the students quiet?   October 5, 1968

That's France's left, that was   October 12, 1968

From general down to sergeant   November 30, 1968

The price of the franc   December 7, 1968

The good things get broken, too   December 21, 1968


from the INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST JOURNAL

Hope Was Reborn in May   July 1968


from ETHNIC AND RACIAL STUDIES

The resistible rise of Jean-Marie Le Pen   July 3, 1991


from THE NEW STATESMAN & SOCIETY

Letter from Paris [on the passing of Mitterrand]   January 12, 1996



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