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We love their food and fashion, but we don’t always love their foreign policy. Husband-and-wife authors Jean-Benoit Nadeau and Julie Barlow tell of their extensive research into French history and culture in pursuit of an answer to the eternal question: what makes the French so … French?
- Julie Barlow author
- Jean-Benoit Nadeau Montreal-based journalist. He co-authored this book with his wife Julie Barlow; the two are also co-authors of "Sixty Million Frenchmen Can't Be Wrong."
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