Rural France votes far right to stop crime before it starts

Chaddock, Gail Russel
August 1995
Christian Science Monitor;8/1/95, Vol. 87 Issue 172, p7
Discusses the problem of the rising number of foreigners in Alsace, one of the most prosperous regions in France. Focus on the demand for closing borders and expelling immigrants by the presidential candidate Jean-Marie Le Pen, leader of the extreme right-wing National Front party; Opposition of the regional activists to the demands made by the party; Views of the members of the National Front party.


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