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Published on: January 22, 2015
After Charlie Hebdo
The Fall and the Rise of France

Before the Charlie Hebdo attack, France was a country racked by self-doubt and in self-evident decline. Will it capture a new sense of purpose in its aftermath?

Benjamin Haddad is a research fellow at the Hudson Institute.
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