Table of contents for Fragmented France : two centuries of disputed identity / Jack Hayward.

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List of Tables viii
Introduction: The Anglo-American Counter-Identity 1
Part I The Unfinished Revolution, 1789--1878 
1 French Identity: The National Search for Retrospective Legitimacy and Unanimity 41
2 Intellectual Interpretations and Projections of the French Revolution 67
3 Tensions and Trajectories: The Constituents of French Exceptionalism 91
4 Enduring Conflicts and Elusive Consensus 119
5 A Liberal Democratic Republic Struggles to be Born, 1814--78 147
part II Selective Memory and Stalled Self-Scrutiny Since 1878 
6 Institutional Immobilism, Ideological Ferment, and Reluctant Socio-Economic Modernization 183
7 Adversaries: Partisan Intellectuals and Polarized Political Culture 219
8 Adversaries: Polarized and Fragmented Party Politics of the Right 251
9 Adversaries on the Left: Revolutionary Rhetoric and Reformist Realities 285
10 Embattled Nation: Politicized Army, Imperial Decolonization, and European Integration 315
11 Diluting French Political Culture with European Social Liberalism 343
Epilogue: Confronting the National Identity Crisis 371
References 000
Index 375

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

France -- Politics and government -- 1789-1900.
France -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
France -- History -- 1789-1900.
France -- History -- 20th century.
National characteristics, French.
Political culture -- France -- History.
France -- Intellectual life.