Kennedy describes how the Croix de Feu promised to restore
patriotic unity to France but instead demonized the organization's
enemies as unfit to be French; its successor, the Parti Social Fran
ais, professed a respect for democracy but actually promoted an
authoritarian nationalist vision. Previous studies have focused on
whether the Croix de Feu and the Parti Social Fran ais should be
considered fascist. Reconciling France against Democracy assesses
them from a variety of perspectives and considers the extent to
which they foreshadowed Jean-Marie Le Pen's Front National.
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