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Hubert Lagardelle (8 July 1874, Le Burgaud, Haute-Garonne – 20 September 1958, Paris) was a French syndicalist thinker, influenced by Proudhon and Georges Sorel. He gradually moved to the right and served as Minister of Labour in the Vichy regime under Pierre Laval from 1942 to 1943.
- Le Parti socialiste et la Confédération Générale du Travail. Paris: Rivière, 1908.
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