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The Office de la Famille Française

Familialism and the National Revolution in 1940s Morocco

Margaret Cook Andersen

settlers, administrators, and their supporters in France. As for the settler population, their numbers continued to climb during the interwar period, reaching 115,000 French citizens in 1931. 21 This population became increasingly politically active

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Carl Strikwerda

interwar period turned away from the liberal economy of the pre-1914 era. Statist policies built on the huge residue of wartime controls that stifled international trade, restrictions that grew as countries tried to protect their industries after the war

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The Timeline of a Concept

Juan Francisco Fuentes

of the twentieth century would show that populism had come to stay. The Concept of Populism in the Interwar Period “Populistic doctrines showed an amazing vitality.” 51 This assertion, formulated by John D. Hicks in 1931, conveys the paradox

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Crossing Boundaries

The Case of Wanda Wasilewska and Polish Communism

Agnieszka Mrozik

evolution of their beliefs and attitudes since the interwar period. While building on these approaches, my discussion centers on an individual rather than a collective biography and pays particular attention to the gender dimension of this “genealogy.” 13 My

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Female Agrarian Workers in Early Twentieth-Century Hungary

The Making of Class- and Gender-Based Solidarities

Susan Zimmermann and Nagy Piroska

engaged in and describing the local struggles, is the first of a long series of letters between the women of Balmazújváros and the Feminist Association (Feministák Egyesülete) in Budapest, the Hungarian capital, written between 1908 and the interwar period

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Christopher E. Forth

political responses to the degenerative effects of modern life. It is important to remember that the interwar period under consideration here ended with the stridently regenerative projects of the Vichy regime. This chronology could spur further

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Valentina Mitkova

head: Fables and stories in women's literary history] (Sofia: IK Sema RSH, 2002); and Lyudmila Malinova, Bulgarskite poetesi mezhdu dvete svetovni voini [Bulgarian poetesses during the interwar period] (Sofia: IK Vanyo Nedkov, 1999). 2 Nancy Huston

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Hugo Bonin and Aleksandra Konarzewska

people—including women—had won the right to a voice in politics, but this by no means meant democracy was the way of the future, as the interwar period would make clear. As we might say, one reformist sparrow does not a democratic spring make

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Valentina Mitkova

contemporary Bulgarian feminist researchers. Such are the articles “Patriarhalno i politichesko: Kum zhenskia vupros mezhdu dvete svetovni voini” (Patriarchal and political: A contribution on the “woman question” in the interwar period) by Kristina Yordanova

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The East Side Story of Gender and Feminism

The Hungarian and Czech Cases

Gabriela Dudeková Kováčová

Rights to Revanche , as emblematic for such substantial shifts, which she evaluates as a “change from liberal to an illiberal political framework and dominant ideology during the interwar period” (14). As far as chronology is concerned, Szapor frames her