The Politics of Cultural Policy in France offers a lively and
iconoclastic account of cultural policy-making in France. Focusing
on the policies of the Socialist governments of 1981-86 and
1988-93, the book suggests that policy towards the arts was shaped
less by an all-powerful state than by influential professional
interest groups. In addition to presenting unusual insights into a
policy area which has rarely been studied by political science, The
Politics of Cultural Policy in France thus provides significant
revisions to conventional views of relations between the state and
civil society in France.
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