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Alexis Carré: "Are we on the eve of a revolution?"


TRIBUNE - Far from announcing major upheavals, the violence that characterizes our social climate is the sign of a profound political and moral decline that thrives on the sterile confrontation of three sociological and political blocs that are irreconcilable for the time being, analyzes it. ..

Alexis Carré is the 2022-23 Thomas W. Smith Postdoctoral Research Associate of the James Madison Program at Princeton University.

His research focuses on the changes in the liberal order in its relationship to hostility and war.

This year he received the Raymond-Aron prize for research for his doctoral work carried out at the ENS.

Is France on the eve of a revolution?

The international press has recently been surprised by the violence of the mobilizations against the pension reform.

Many see it as proof that the legitimacy of the current government, or even of the Fifth Republic, is in question.

It is also a common fantasy that the left and the right each appropriate in their own way in the form of the great ecological and social revolution or civil war.

The truth is quite different.

The quarrels which have agitated the country for twenty years sufficiently show that the French are in reality very weary, even in the hatreds they harbor.

Far from announcing...

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Source: lefigaro

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