The People and the Workers: Communist Cultural Politics during the Popular Front in France

Twentieth Century Communism - ISSN 1758-6437
Volume 2015 Number 9

The People and the Workers: Communist Cultural Politics during the Popular Front in France
Mattie Fitch, pages -

Abstract

Recognising the threat posed by fascism in the 1930s, the Parti Communiste Francais (French Communist Party, PCF) curbed its sectarianism to adopt a more inclusive stance towards all antifascists and launched a powerful cultural movement. This had important implications for the working-class identity of the Communist Party and for working-class cultural life, as communists merged proletarian cultural traditions with French national heritage.

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Mattie Fitch (2015) The People and the Workers: Communist Cultural Politics during the Popular Front in France, Twentieth Century Communism, 2015(9), -

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