Between Justice and Politics: The Ligue Des Droits de L'homme, 1898-1945

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Index
Action Française, 71–72, 77–78, 108, 137, 191, 198, 215, 250n103
affaires des fiches, 30–33, 34, 35, 81, 109, 182, 214, 216
Agadir incident, 134
Agence Havas, 101
Alexandre, Michel, 179, 210, 212
Algeria, 20, 51, 71, 117, 144–45, 214
Alliance Démocratique, 26, 64
Alsace-Lorraine, 139
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU): and Communists, 222, 253n20; vs. League, 1, 6, 221–24; and Nazis, 222–23, 253n22; number of members, 1, 6, 221, 223, 225n1
Ami du Peuple, L’, 98–100, 101–2
André, General, 30–31, 35
Angriff, Der, 106–7, 179
anticlericalism, 21, 25–26, 87, 109–10, 180, 202, 220; Augagneur affair, 35–36; and freedom of association for religious congregations, 92–98; among Radicals, 27, 28, 30, 33, 36, 43; and women’s suffrage, 83, 85, 89–90, 98
anti-Semitism: in France, 3–4, 21, 104, 108, 142, 151–52, 169–70, 184–85, 187–89, 191, 196–97, 198–99, 200, 207–8, 210, 212, 214, 215, 229n49, 245n61, 248n74, 249n75, 250n103, 252nn50, 51; in Germany, 3–4, 146, 147–49, 151–52, 178, 187–88, 190, 207, 208, 217, 248n74; in Italy, 248n74
Arches, Pierre, 226n8
archives of League, 1–2, 194, 218
Article 15 of League statutes, 56, 57, 161, 182
Article 16 of League statutes, 54
Article 17 of League statutes, 54–56
Atelier, L’, 196, 198, 206
Aubricot, Pierre, 55
Augagneur, Victor, 35–36
Aujourd’hui, 196
Aulard, Alphonse, 84, 95, 140, 141, 142, 230n3
Auriol, Vincent, 57, 127, 130
Aurore, L’, 5
Austria, 72, 109; and World War I, 133, 134, 138–39
Bainville, Jacques, 198
Barrès, Maurice, 197
Barthelemy (League member), 181
Barthou, Louis, 73, 153, 154–55, 214
Basch, Victor, 181, 191, 220; attitudes toward democracy, 48, 78, 146–47; and Caillaux, 124; and cases passed on by sections, 116, 118, 119; on Communists, 163; death of, 2, 4, 104, 194, 210; on factory occupations, 168; and Franco-German reconciliation, 104, 145; on freedom of assembly, 167–68; on freedom of the press, 99, 100, 105, 108; on French Revolution, 41, 45, 46, 71–72, 218, 232n61; on French war debts, 49–50, 146; La Guerre de 1914 et le droit, 133–35,

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Table of contents

  • Between Justice and Politics - The Ligue Des Droits de L'homme, 1898–1945 iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 1
  • One - Origins, Organization, and Structure 5
  • Two - Ici on Ne Fait Pas de la Politique 20
  • Three - Politics, Yes, but Not Electoral Politics 53
  • Four - Liberty with All Its Risks 81
  • Five - The League from below 111
  • Six - War and Peace- 1914–1934 132
  • Seven - From the Popular Front to the Fall of France 160
  • Eight - Vichy 194
  • Epilogue 213
  • Notes 225
  • Bibliography 255
  • Index 257
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