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La France est-elle encore jacobine ?

Abstract : The terms Jacobin and Gironde continue to define two opposing political attitudes. According to the first, political and administrative decisions must be concentrated at the central level of the State. To be Jacobin, therefore, is to oppose subsidiarity. As for the term Gironde, it means being in favour of a decentralised republic applying the principle of subsidiarity. Which of these conceptions dominates in France?
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Gérard-François Dumont. La France est-elle encore jacobine ?. La subsidiarité. Un grand dessein pour l’Europe et la France, Éditions de Paris, pp.113-121, 2005, 978-2-85162-158-0. ⟨halshs-02524054⟩

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