The Call of the Nation, 1937–39

@inproceedings{Wardhaugh2009TheCO,
  title={The Call of the Nation, 1937–39},
  author={Jessica Wardhaugh},
  year={2009}
}
The Parisian fiscal law professor Gaston Jeze was a controversial figure in the 1930s, making his own unintended contribution to the street politics of the French capital even while deploring the dangers of the crowd. In 1935 he acted as legal adviser to the Ethiopian government after the unprovoked attack on the country by Mussolini’s Italy: a humanitarian gesture that led to considerable difficulties in the exercise of his Parisian functions. Not only were his lectures at the Law Faculty… CONTINUE READING