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Kahn – What do the reactions to a politico-sports megafiasco reveal?




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CHRONIC. Each camp has designated its scapegoats after the disaster of the organization of the Champions League final on Saturday at the Stade de France.

Liverpool supporters outside the Stade de France during the Champions League final against Real Madrid.
Liverpool supporters outside the Stade de France during the Champions League final against Real Madrid.
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By Jean-Francois Kahn

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De Gaulle – Think, resist, govern

His name has become synonymous with a free and powerful France. De Gaulle, the man of the appeal of June 18, has established himself in history first as a rebel, a resistance fighter and then as a charismatic political leader, in France and abroad. Adored, hated during his presidency, he became after his death a myth, an ideal politician that on the right and on the left we begin to regret.









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