June 1969
New Yorker;6/28/1969, Vol. 45 Issue 19, p78
The article covers issues related to politics in France as of June 1969. The end of term of President Charles de Gaulle was on June 18. One factor that led to the end of the regime of de Gaulle was the increased reliance of voters to opinion polls. The interim presidential election was won by politician Alain Poher.


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