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“This is an outstanding book—historical sociology and social history at its most original. Richly documented and drawing on a wide range of materials to produce the most incisive reading I’ve seen of this moment in French history, Vichy and the Eternal Feminine is a model for historical studies of the formation and construction of social and political identity.”—Joan Scott, author of Only Paradoxes to Offer: French Feminists and the Rights of Man — N/A
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Francine Muel-Dreyfus is Director of Studies at the Centre for European Sociology, School for the Study of Social Sciences (EHESS) in Paris.
Kathleen A. Johnson is a professional translator who holds a Ph.D in French literature from the University of California, Irvine.
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