political ideologies and strategies of French Jewry by David Birman

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Ambitious in scope, the political ideologies and strategies of French Jewry book offers a broad survey of French universalism’s multifaceted attitude toward the Jews since the eighteenth century.

Just as importantly, it represents a much needed intervention in public discussions about the ambiguous legacy of the French Revolution, the politics of laïcité, and debates over the assimilation of religious minorities in France : Maurice Samuels.

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Early influences that shaped the ideology of fascism have been dated back to Ancient political culture of ancient Greece and specifically the ancient Greek city state of Sparta under Lycurgus, with its emphasis on militarism and racial purity, were admired by the Nazis. Nazi Führer Adolf Hitler emphasized that Germany should adhere to Hellenic values and culture – particularly.

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Nationalism as a political ideology uses the idea of ‘nation’ to achieve political goals, and may be the most potent ideology in existence. It is worth reflecting for a moment on what kind of ideology it is.

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The emancipation of the Jews under Napoleon – making them the first emancipated Jewish population in Europe – effectively put in place a contract that required Jews to adopt French.

The French Republicans are in line with the concepts of Gaullism, the ideology deriving from the ideas of Charles de Gaulle, the founder of the Fifth Republic.

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