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Vingtième siècle 135, juillet-septembre 2017
1917, un moment révolutionnaire



Calmer les prix
L'inflation en Europe dans les années 1970
Slowing Down Prices
European Inflation in the 1970s
Michel-Pierre Chélini, Laurent Warlouzet, et al.
Following the oil shock of 1973, a massive wave of inflation spread throughout Europe. This volume explores these upheavals through a broad historical lens, by examining countries in Western, Northern and Eastern Europe, as well as trade unions, businesses and international organizations, particularly the European Community and GATT.



Dire la France
Culture(s) et identités nationales (1981-1995)
Defining France
National culture(s) and identities (1981–1995)
Vincent Martigny
Revisiting the high points of cultural policy under François Mitterrand, examining the policies that instated the 'right to cultural difference' and their culmination during the 1993 Gatt negotiations, Vincent Martigny captures the spirit of a decade that remains crucial to understand contemporary disputes over the question of identity.






Vingtième Siècle 131, juillet-septembre 2016
Les gauches et les colonies
The Left and the Colonies
et al., Céline Marangé
Table of contents: The political influence of colonial actors - The Birth of Vietnamese Republicanism - Algeria's Engineering of Socialist Colonial Policy - The Comintern, the French Communist Party and the Call for Algerian independence - The Messalistes and the French Left



Politique et religion
Relire l'histoire, éclairer le présent
Politics and Religion
Re-reading history, shedding light on the present
Jean Picq
In the face of the awakening of fundamentalisms and violent extremisms, Jean Picq invites us to re-read our history, to identify the key points that have allowed us to define new relations between the spiritual and the temporal and to see the triumph of reason dedicated to civil peace. 



Les banques centrales et l'État-nation
The Central Banks and the Nation-State
Olivier Feiertag, Michel Margairaz, et al.
The entire standard theory of central banking is constructed on the model of independence to the state. Yet the history of central banks comes back to the state, or rather to the nation-state. In order to understand the reasons for this paradox, this book analyses the evolution of the relationship between fifteen central banks and the state.



Le crime de lèse-nation (1789-1791)
Histoire d'une invention juridique et politique
The Crime of Lèse-Nation
History of a Legal and Political Invention (1789-1791)
Jean-Christophe Gaven
Jean-Christophe Gaven presents a large and remarkably thorough dossier on the beginnings of the Revolution, when royal sovereignty and national sovereignty were in competition. The author works meticulously to decipher the birth of this new form of criminal and political justice, entirely devoted to protecting the Revolution and its ambitions.



La naissance de l'État social japonais
Biopolitique, travail et citoyenneté dans le Japon impérial (1868-1945)
The Birth of the Japanese Social State
Biopolitics, labour and citizenship in imperial Japan (1868–1945)
Bernard Thomann
The book presents the completely new history of Japanese social state whose policies and knowledge were developed in the nineteenth century .



Banques et grande industrie
France, Grande-Bretagne, Allemagne, 1880-1930
BANKS AND LARGE INDUSTRY
France, The United Kingdom, Germany (1880–1930)
Philippe Marguerat
A unique and timely perspective on interactions between capital and industry, especially given the current on-going changes in industry.



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