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John S. Ambler (editor). The French Socialist Experiment. Institute for the Study of Human Issues. 1984. 224pp.

R. D. Anderson. France, 1870-1914: Politics and Society. Routledge. 1977. 215pp.

John Ardagh. France in the 1980s. London: Secker & Warburg. 1982. 672pp.

John Ardagh. The New French Revolution: A Social & Economic Survey of France, 1945-1967. London: Secker & Warburg. 1968. 482pp.

Raymond Aron. France Steadfast and Changing: The Fourth to the Fifth Republic. Harvard University Press. 1960. 201pp. Translation of Immuable et changeante.

Douglas Elliott Ashford. Policy and Politics in France: Living with Uncertainty. Temple University Press. 1982. 345pp.

David A. Bell. The Cult of the Nation in France: Inventing Nationalism, 1680-1800. Harvard University Press. 2003. 320pp.

Pierre Birnbaum. Translated by Jane Marie Todd. The Jews of the Republic: A Political History of State Jews in France from Gambetta to Vichy. Stanford University Press. 1996. 449pp.

Henry Blumenthal. France and the United States: Their Diplomatic Relations, 1789-1914. University of North Carolina Press. 1970. 312pp.

Laird Boswell. Rural Communism in France, 1920-1939. Cornell University Press. 1998. 266pp.

Robin Briggs. Communities of Belief: Cultural and Social Tension in Early Modern France. Oxford University Press. 1995. 440pp.

Laurence Brockliss; Colin Jones. The Medical World of Early Modern France. Clarendon Press. 1997. 960pp.

D. W. Brogan. France Under the Republic: The Development of Modern France, 1870-1939. Harper & Brothers. 1947. 744pp.

D. W. Brogan. The French Nation: From Napoleon to Pétain, 1814-1940. Hamish Hamilton. 1957. 328pp.

Lynn M. Case. Franco-Italian Relations, 1860-1865: The Roman Question and the Convention of September. University of Pennsylvania Press. 1932. 351pp.

Roger Celestin; Eliane DalMolin. France from 1851 to the Present: Universalism in Crisis. Palgrave Macmillan. 2007. 216pp.

Brian Chapman. Introduction to French Local Government. Allen & Unwin. 1953. 238pp.

Guy Chapman. The Third Republic of France: The First Phase, 1871-1894. St Martin's Press. 1962. 433pp.

Herrick Chapman; Laura L. Frader (editors). Race in France: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Politics of Difference. Berghahn Books. 2004. 266pp.

Shepard Bancroft Clough. France: A History of National Economics,1789-1939. Octagon Books. 1964. 498pp.

Hugh D. Clout. The Geography of Post-War France: A Social and Economic Approach. Pergamon Press. 1972. 165pp.

Richard Cobb. The Police and the People: French Popular Protest, 1789-1820. Clarendon Press. 1970. 393pp.

Stephen Cohen. Modern Capitalist Planning: The French Model. Harvard University Press. 1969. 310pp.

James B. Collins. From Tribes to Nation: The Making of France, 500-1799. Toronto: Wadsworth. 2002. 750pp.

Owen Connelly (editor). Historical Dictionary of Napoleonic France, 1799-1815. Greenwood Press. 1984. 586pp.

Frank Costigliola. France and the United States: The Cold Alliance Since World War II. Twayne. 1992. 316pp.

Guy de Carmoy. The Foreign Policies of France, 1944-1968. University of Chicago Press. 1970. 510pp. Translation of Les politiques étrangères de la France, 1944-1966.

Arthur Louis Dunham. The Industrial Revolution in France, 1815-1848. New York: Exposition Press. 1955. 516pp.

Mario Einaudi; Maurice Byé; Ernesto Rossi. Nationalization in France and Italy. Cornell University Press. 1955. 260pp.

Godfrey Elton, Lord Elton. The Revolutionary Idea in France, 1789-1871. London: Edward Arnold & Co.. 1931. 191pp.

Edgar S. Furniss, Jr.. France, Troubled Ally: De Gaulle's Heritage and Prospects. Harper. 1960. 512pp. For the Council on Foreign Relations.

Paul A. Gagnon. France Since 1789. Harper & Row. 1972. 577pp. Revised edition.

Alfred Grosser. French Foreign Policy Under De Gaulle. Little, Brown. 1967. 175pp.

John S. Harlow. French Economic Planning: A Challenge to Reason. University of Iowa Press. 1966. 104pp.

George R. Havens. The Age of Ideas: From Reaction to Revolution in Eighteenth-Century France. New York: Henry Holt and Company. 1955. 474pp.

Henry Heller. Iron and Blood: Civil Wars in Sixteenth-Century France. McGill-Queen's University Press. 1991. 191pp.

Stanley Hoffmann. Decline or Renewal? France Since the 1930s. New York: Viking Press. 1974. 529pp.

J. W. House. France: An Applied Geography. Routledge. 1978. 478pp.

Olwen H. Hufton. The Poor of Eighteenth-Century France, 1750-1789. Clarendon Press. 1974. 414pp.

Irwin Isenberg (editor). France Under de Gaulle. H. W. Wilson Co.. 1967. 189pp.

Alan Jenkins. Employment Relations in France: Evolution and Innovation. Springer. 2000. 237pp.

H. Clark Johnson. Gold, France, and the Great Depression, 1919-1932. Yale University Press. 1997. 272pp.

Ernest John Knapton. Revolutionary and Imperial France, 1750-1815. Scribner. 1971. 147pp.

Hans Kohn. Prelude to Nation-States: The French and German Experience, 1789-1815. Van Nostrand. 1967. 416pp.

Steven Philip Kramer. Does France Still Count? The French Role in the New Europe. Prager. 1994. 113pp.

Sheryl Kroen. Politics and Theater: The Crisis of Legitimacy in Restoration France, 1815-1830. University of California Press. 2000. 394pp.

Richard F. Kuisel. Capitalism and the State in Modern France: Renovation and Economic Management in the Twentieth Century. Cambridge University Press. 1983. 368pp.

W. W. Kulski. De Gaulle and the World: The Foreign Policy of the Fifth French Republic. Syracuse University Press. 1966. 428pp.

Vera Lee. The Reign of Women in Eighteenth-Century France. Cambridge, MA: Schenkman Publishing Co.. 1975. 146pp.

Bernard Lepetit. The Pre-Industrial Urban System: France, 1740-1840. Cambridge University Press. 1994. 483pp.

Harvey A. Levenstein. We'll Always Have Paris: American Tourists in France Since 1930. University of Chicago Press. 2004. 382pp.

W. H. Lewis. The Splendid Century: Life in the France of Louis XIV. Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1953. 306pp.

Norah Lofts; Margery Weiner. Eternal France: A History of France, 1789-1944. Doubleday. 1968. 326pp.

John Lough. An Introduction to Seventeenth Century France. London: Longmans, Green and Co.. 1954. 291pp.

Duncan MacRae, Jr.. Parliament, Parties, and Society in France, 1946-1958. St. Martin's Press. 1967. 375pp.

Benjamin F. Martin. France in 1938. LSU Press. 2005. 252pp.

André Maurois. A History of France. Jonathan Cape. 1956. 560pp.

James F. McMillan. Twentieth-Century France: Politics and Society in France, 1898-1991. Arnold. 1992. 272pp.

Guy R. Mermier. France: Past and Present. Peter Lang. 2000. 284pp.

Allan Mitchell. The German Influence in France After 1870: The Formation of the French Republic. University of North Carolina Press. 1979. 279pp.

Ted Morgan. The French: Portrait of a People. Putnam. 1969. 479pp.

Jacques Néré. The Foreign Policy of France from 1914 to 1945. Routledge & K. Paul. 1975. 366pp.

Wayne Northcutt. The Regions of France: A Reference Guide to History and Culture. Greenwood Press. 1996. 310pp.

Leigh Oakes. Language and National Identity: Comparing France and Sweden. John Benjamins Publishing Company. 2001. 305pp.

Philip Ouston. France in the Twentieth Century. Praeger. 1972. 290pp.

Sue Peabody. There Are No Slaves in France: The Political Culture of Race and Slavery in the Ancien Regime. Oxford University Press. 2002. 224pp.

C. S. Phillips. The Church in France, 1848-1907. New York: Russell & Russell. 1967. 341pp.

John Plamenatz. The Revolutionary Movement in France, 1815-71. London, New York, Toronto: Longmans, Green. 1952. 184pp.

Jeremy D. Popkin. Press, Revolution, and Social Identities in France, 1830-1835. Penn State Press. 2001. 329pp.

Roger Price. A Social History of Nineteenth-Century France. Holmes & Meier. 1987. 403pp.

Graham Robb. The Discovery of France: A Historical Geography from the Revolution to the First World War. New York: W. W. Norton. 2007. 454pp.

J. H. M. Salmon. Renaissance and Revolt: Essays in the Intellectual and Social History of Early Modern France. Cambridge University Press. 2003. 316pp.

Desmond Seward. The Bourbon Kings of France. London: Constable. 1976. 332pp.

John Hall Stewart. The Restoration Era in France, 1814-1830. Van Nostrand. 1968. 223pp.

Donald Stone. France in the Sixteenth Century: A Medieval Society Transformed. Prentice-Hall. 1969. 180pp.

Bertrand Taithe. Defeated Flesh: Welfare, Warfare and the Making of Modern France. Manchester University Press. 1999. 292pp.

John E. Talbott (editor). France Since 1930. Quadrangle Books. 1972. 245pp.

Frank Tallett; Nicholas Atkin (editors). Religion, Society and Politics in France Since 1789. Continuum International Publishing Group. 1991. 224pp.

David Thomson. Democracy in France: The Third and Fourth Republics. Oxford University Press. 1958. 325pp. 3rd Edition.

Herbert Tint. France Since 1918. London: B. T. Batsford. 1970. 208pp.

John Tuppen. France Under Recession, 1981-86. Macmillan. 1987. 280pp.

John Tuppen. The Economic Geography of France. Taylor & Francis. 1983. 383pp.

Harvey Waterman. Political Change in Contemporary France: The Politics of an Industrial Democracy. Columbus, OH: Charles E. Merrill. 1969. 256pp.

William E. Watson. Tricolor and Crescent: France and the Islamic World. Praeger. 2003. 295pp.

Alexander Werth. France, 1940-1955. London: Robert Hale. 1956. 764pp.

Alexander Werth. The Twilight of France, 1933-1940. New York: Harper & Brothers. 1942. 368pp.

F. Roy Willis. The French Paradox: Understanding Contemporary France. Hoover Institution Press. 1982. 151pp.

Gordon Wright. Rural Revolution in France: The Peasantry in the Twentieth Century. Stanford University Press. 1964. 271pp.

Gordon Wright. The Reshaping of French Democracy. Reynal & Hitchcock. 1948. 277pp.

Marvin R. Zahniser. Uncertain Friendship: American-French Diplomatic Relations Through the Cold War. John Wiley and Sons. 1975. 314pp.

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