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Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira
Double Game of French Socialism

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1 Intro | terference of the French socialist government in the strange 2 Intro | pointed out that since a socialist government can deprive any 3 Messag | motion by the victory of the Socialist Party in last year's May 4 Messag, 1, 1 | partly explicit, of the Socialist Party (SP) projected by 5 Messag (1) | thoroughly documented.~The French Socialist Party as it is today arose 6 Messag (1) | la France de annees 80 ("Socialist Program for the France of 7 Messag (1) | years. The Program redefines socialist priorities and announces 8 Messag (1) | Congress of Créteil, the Socialist Party launched Mitterrand' 9 Messag (1) | Government of the Left - Socialist Proposals for Updating"], 10 Messag (1) | national Convention of the Socialist Party on June 21 and 22. 11 Messag (1) | p. 11).~Once in office, Socialist Prime Minister Pierre Mauroy 12 Messag (1) | publications use the expression "Socialist Program" both to specifically 13 Messag (1) | designate the document, "Socialist Program for the France of 14 Messag (1) | generically refer to the new socialist program that they propose 15 Messag (1) | this case, the expressions "Socialist Program" and "Program of 16 Messag (1) | so since the citations of socialist sources used here leave 17 Messag (1) | reading this work, the "Socialist Program for the France of 18 Messag (1) | translation to designate the "Socialist Program for the France of 19 Messag, 1, 3 | and rightist votes to the socialist candidate was a considerable - 20 Messag (2) | it is necessary for the Socialist Party to appear as the animating 21 Messag, 1, 3 | indicates any increase in the socialist electorate, as skillful 22 Messag, 1, 3 | Catholic electorate.~If the socialist victory were due to an increase 23 Messag, 1, 3 | Their explanation: the socialist victory is definitive - 24 Messag, 1, 4 | the establishment of the socialist regime in France will increase 25 Messag, 1, 4 | increase the dynamism of socialist movements in other countries. 26 Messag, 1, 4 | really is, and sparks of socialist enthusiasm are beginning 27 Messag, 2 | Doctrine and Strategy in the Socialist Program for France~ ~ 28 Messag, 2, 1 | Equality, Fraternity " in the Socialist Program~ ~Every motto by 29 Messag, 2, 1 | la France des annees 80 ("Socialist Pro­gram for the France 30 Messag (7) | Fifteen Theses," p. 10).~"The socialist theoreticians have shown 31 Messag (8) | seem like the 'traditional socialist pro­file'. . . : ~"-legal 32 Messag (8) | sider the Eastern societies 'socialist' societies. The existence 33 Messag (9) | ited. In the eyes of the Socialist Party the existence of this 34 Messag (10)| The Socialist Program is a global and 35 Messag (10)| Program, p. 234).~"The Socialist Program is fundamen­tally 36 Messag (19)| expanding personal life, the Socialist Party certainly the existence 37 Messag (19)| 15 1 - 152).~The current socialist government affirms, in an 38 Messag, 2, 7 | monopolistic, secularist and socialist school system, and that 39 Messag, 2, 7 | him entirely, quite in the socialist style.~ ~ 40 Messag (21)| affirms: "One cannot ... be socialist without being feminist" ( 41 Messag (22)| itself be questioned ... The socialist enterprise will thus evolve 42 Messag (22)| there must be room in the Socialist for a free time conceived 43 Messag (22)| democracy of the self-managing socialist regime. ~ ~ 44 Messag, 2, 9 | izations will favor the socialist plan by absorbing the moments, 45 Messag, 2, 10 | choose to deliver them to socialist education at any age, even 46 Messag (25)| the requirements of the Socialist Program: freedom of  expression 47 Messag, 2, 10 | and the secularist and socialist formation of the intellect 48 Messag (26)| The Socialist Program recog­nizes the 49 Messag, 2, 11 | now clarifies the global socialist meaning (and not merely 50 Messag, 2, 11 | if you question a French Socialist his answers may be very 51 Messag, 2, 11 | property survive under the socialist regime? As far as large 52 Messag, 2, 11 | follows that the end result of socialist gradualism will be the complete 53 Messag (33)| appears to us" (Statement of socialist deputy Jean Poperen, "Debates 54 Messag (33)| Program, pp. 153-154).~"The Socialist Party not only does not 55 Messag, 2, 12 | 12. Rural Property in the Socialist Program~ ~The Program is 56 Messag, 2, 12 | principal element of the socialist proposition, is the crea­ 57 Messag, 3 | The doctrinal core of the Socialist Program: secularism - "liberté, 58 Messag (35)| foundations of the self-managing socialist society is the recognition 59 Messag (36)| follows:~"The development of socialist democ­racy strengthens the 60 Messag (36)| will be possible when the socialist State fulfills its historical 61 Messag (36)| solicitude to strengthen the Socialist State and the perspectives 62 Messag (36)| transformation, form the socialist State, into the communist 63 Messag, 3, 2 | artificial character of socialist reformism, and even more 64 Messag, 3, 3 | that for ten years now socialist doctrine has been penetrat­ 65 Messag, 3, 3 | strayed into the ranks of the socialist electorate contributed considerably 66 Messag (46)| refused to vote for the socialist candidate.~In pointing out 67 Messag (46)| problems of conscience: "The Socialist Party has always aimed to 68 Messag (46)| join the Party but adopt socialist [methods of] analysis themselves 69 Messag (46)| not a cover­ up for the Socialist Party. They are at home [ 70 Messag (46)| much in accordance with socialist taste and style, but unfortu­ 71 Messag, 4 | of the full scope of the Socialist Program, of the nature of 72 Messag, 4 | extensive repercussion of the socialist victory in the political 73 Messag, 4 | from the rise of the French Socialist Party. It is also proper 74 Messag (47)| There could be no socialist program for France alone. 75 Messag (47)| Program, p. 108).~"The Socialist Party is a Party at one 76 Messag (47)| Program, p. 126).~"The Socialist Party adheres to the Socialist 77 Messag (47)| Socialist Party adheres to the Socialist International" (Statutes 78 Messag (47)| Program, p. 352).~"The Socialist Party. . . aims at a socialist 79 Messag (47)| Socialist Party. . . aims at a socialist transformation of interna­ 80 Messag (47)| the vice-presidents of the Socialist International (cf. L'Express, 81 Messag (47)| Elysee Palace, to Euro­pean socialist leaders and chiefs of state, 82 1, 2 | Production~·        The Socialist Program calls for the "nationalization " 83 Commun | with the support of the socialist Communist coalition, is 84 Commun | self-managing reform to which the Socialist Party promised to commit 85 Commun | Leaving aside avowedly socialist or communist newspapers, 86 Commun | weighed decisively on the socialist side in the 1981 elections. 87 Commun | doctrine and program of the Socialist Party place marriage, free 88 Commun | newspapers so conditioned by the socialist self-­managing Moloch. With 89 Commun | beginning of the self-managing socialist regime. This should lead 90 Author | Freitas, this book criticiz­ed socialist and confiscatory agrarian


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