De Gaulle's Dilemma

Edelman, Maurice
December 1944
New Republic;12/11/44, Vol. 111 Issue 24, p786
Focuses on the political conditions in France, with reference to the growing influence of communists. Support given by communists to the war effort of French General Charles de Gaulle; Importance of the communists to de Gaulle for the recognition of his administration; Information that the control of industry and the army is still being fought for by the rival claimants, including, de Gaulle, the representatives of centralized authority, and the communists and the consolidated left wing; Demands of the Socialists, Christian Socialists and Radical Socialists, for public control of all public utilities and the democratization of the army.


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