March 9, 2014

For the Love of France

Michael Curtis, The Commentator

The Associated Press

Jean Jaurès and Charles Péguy were totally different human beings who knew each other for a time but who are significant figures in the pantheon of French personalities for their moral authority and courage in defying military officials and the mood of public opinion by asserting the innocence of Captain Alfred Dreyfus. Stunning. Just read

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