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bility; when he had restored to the Frenchman his innate sense of glory? It is a question that other leaders like Churchill have asked in the past. The answer lies in the simple fact that nations are not won over by stability alone. Gauilism was good medicine while the French body-politic lay ill with a multitude of ills, such as loss of prestige, two ruinous colonial wars, and a berserk democracy. But now the na- tion has been cured of its ills; it can do away with its doctor.

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