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Le canard enchaîné, un 'objet politique mal identifié'

Abstract : The satirical weekly, Le Canard enchaîné, founded in 1915 and still running strong, is an “€œunidentified political object”€. Linked by scholars and by successive members of the editorial staff themselves either with the great anarchical tradition, or with an ultra-republican trend, it blends articles and cartoons which project radical or communist tendencies and even right-wing anarchical references. This extraordinarily composite political culture (which could even be called “€œpolitical cultures”€), without any party connections, is one of the clues of its long-lasting success; this original catch-all formula attracted many readers to Le Canard enchaîné and this renewed its audience, thus adjusting itself to new conditions.
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Laurent Martin. Le canard enchaîné, un 'objet politique mal identifié'. Revue d'Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine, Societe D'histoire Moderne et Contemporaine, 2003, pp.73 - 91. ⟨hal-03416726⟩



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