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Sarah Greenberg. Paris as French Presidentialism: Reconciling the Political Past

Paris as French Presidentialism: Reconciling the Political Past

by Sarah Greenberg (Undergraduate, Government & French Studies)
Poster

Paris as French Presidentialism: Reconciling the Political Past

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Scholar's Statement

The city of Paris is representative of the competing political traditions in French history since the inception of the first monarchy; monuments, plazas, buildings give testimony to the journey towards the Fifth Republic. There is a correlation between the characteristics of the most popular sites in the city, their locations in either a western or eastern half, and voting patterns in the presidential election over time. The compounded effect of these correlations is a physical and electoral representation of a reconciliation of combative political development, and tells the story of a nation confronted with the living past.You can read the full narrative here.