This work suggests another look at the accepted historical narrative of a contemporary France confronted with the omnipresence of General de Gaulle and his recognition as the prophet of the Fifth Republic...
How does the political order fall apart? What are crises made of, and how should they be explained? These questions are at the heart of Michel Dobry's book, La sociologie des crises politiques, originally published in 1986 and which has inspired researchers with its groundbreaking approach to revolutionary phenomena and political transitions.
Relire la sociologie de Michel Dobry
Myriam Aït-Aoudia, Antoine Roger