FRANCE AT THE CROSSROADS - The election of a new President on May 7 is a critical turning point, potentially as momentous as the 1958 return of Charles de Gaulle. This time, the issue is the bankruptcy of old economic and political ideologies. Both Left and Right seem confused, while the country's woes are all too obvious: Intractable unemployment, clunky state-owned companies, a costly welfare ...
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