Fascism and Individualism: The Political Thought of Pierre Drieu La Rochelle

@article{Tucker1965FascismAI,
  title={Fascism and Individualism: The Political Thought of Pierre Drieu La Rochelle},
  author={William R. Tucker},
  journal={The Journal of Politics},
  year={1965},
  volume={27},
  pages={153 - 177}
}
I N FRANCE THERE HAS rarely been a dearth of intellectuals who wrote brilliantly on any subject touching politics. While fascism has not come to power in that country, she has produced writers who chose the fascist solution to France's difficulties during the interwar period and who, in some cases, were active in the Collaboration movement during the German occupation. In their search for new values for man in the twentieth century, they participated in what now seems to have been a strange… 
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