Redressement Français

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The Redressement Français (French Resurgence) was a French anti-parliamentarian movement founded in 1926 by the electricity magnate Ernest Mercier. It advocated technocratic corporatism - a "government of authority" - instead of a government of politicians.[1]

Among its newspapers was the Revue Hebdomadaire.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Richard F. Kuisel (1967), Ernest Mercier: French Technocrat, p. 49, University of California Press