PC? Non merci!

McIntyre, Andrew
March 1996
IPA Review;1996, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p47
Comments on the absence of political correctness concept in France. French exasperation for English hypocrisy; French women's inability to see themselves as victims of men; Sexual harassment in France; Pride of the French in their national culture; National education system in France.


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