French Terms and Abbreviations Introduction: The Politics of Culture Culture and the Search for Political Legitimation in France The Road to 1981: Local Roots of a National Policy Political Culture and Cultural Policy Television Architecture and the Politics of Grandeur The End of the Monopoly Conclusion: The House that Jack Built
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