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- Berg Publishers
- bibliography, index
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David L. Looseley Professor of Contemporary French Culture, University of Leeds
The Precursors: The Popular Front, Vichy and the Liberation; Heritage, Creation, Democratisation: The Malraux Years; From Malraux to Mitterrand: Creation and Creativity; Culture and the Economy; Policies for High Culture; Beyond High Culture: Pluralism and le tout-culturel; A Certain Idea of the City: The Presidential Grands Projects; Lang and the Politics of Fun: Politicising the Cultural Debate, 1985-88; Popularising the Past: Lang et Leotard, Meme Combat?; Culture and the Audiovisual; A l'Heure des Bilans: The Ministry in Question.