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The French National Front

Abstract : In France, as in most Western democracies, the main political change of the 1980s was the emergence of a radical right. For more than ten years, the Front national (FN) of Jean-Marie Le Pen gained at least 10 percent of the valid vote in every national election, with peaks of over 15 percent in the 1995 presidential and 1997 parliamentary elections. [First paragraph]
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Nonna Mayer. The French National Front. Hans-Georg Betz; Stefan Immerfall. The New Politics of the Right, Palgrave Macmillan, pp.11 - 26, 1998, 033374103X. ⟨hal-03399995⟩

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