Pompidou, the ghost of the French right
In 1973, Georges Pompidou spent his last year at the Élysée and France witnessed, dumbfounded, the end of the reign of a declining president. If he remains associated with the “happy days” of the country, the former head of state has left only a light imprint on the contemporary right. An absence that says a lot about the mistakes of the latter.
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