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Landscaping and anti-parliamentarism in the first half of the 20th century





This article explores an often overlooked aspect of modern French antiparliamentarian by investigating its spread in the rural regions of the Third Republic. Two periods of intense peasant mobilization will be examined in depth: First, the Belle Epoque wine-growing crises, in the Languedoc region in 1906 and in the Champagne region in 1911; and second, the protests on the part of various agrarian parties and movements in the 1930s. Particular attention will be paid to the manner in which these conflicts not only reveal the expression and dispersion of a national political culture, but also demonstrate certain local specificities.

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