Julien Dray

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Julien Dray
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Julien Dray in 2012
Member of the French National Assembly for Essonne
In office
1988–2012
Succeeded by Malek Boutih
Personal details
Born (1955-03-05) 5 March 1955 (age 59)
Oran, Algeria
Nationality French
Political party Socialist Party

Julien Dray (born 5 March 1955 in Oran, French Algeria) is a French politician. He is member of the French Socialist Party, member of the regional council of Île-de-France and was a member of the National Assembly of France between 1988 and 2012. He was a trotskyist activist till 1981 and a cofounder with his friend Harlem Désir of SOS Racisme, of which he was vice president from 1984 to 1988.[1]

Works[edit]

  • SOS génération, Ramsay, 1987
  • Lettres d'un député de base à ceux qui nous gouvernent, Flammarion, 1989
  • La Guerre qu'il ne fallait pas faire, Albin Michel, 1991
  • Les Clairons de Maastricht (with Gérard Filoche), Ramsay, 1992
  • De la gauche en général et de l'archaïsme en particulier, Belfond, 1994
  • Chronique d'une différence (with François Baroin and Pierre Doncieux), Editions 1, 1998
  • Sept jours dans la vie d'Attika (with Harlem Désir, Gérard Filoche, Marie-Noëlle Lienemann and Jean-Luc Mélenchon), Ramsay, 2000
  • État de violence, J'ai lu, 2002
  • Comment peut-on encore être socialiste ?, Grasset, 2003
  • Règlement de comptes, Hachette Littératures, 2007
  • Et maintenant ?, Le cherche midi, 2008
  • La fin des Vingt perverses, Betapolitique, 2008

References[edit]

  1. ^ Christophe Nick, Les Trotskistes, Fayard, 2002, p.548 sq. ISBN 978-2-213-61155-6
This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the French Wikipedia.

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