The Unsleeping Eye by Robert J. Stove
Secret Police and Their Victims

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Denis Boyles examines the internal crises that have changed the personality of what was once La Belle France, transforming it into a nation afflicted with status anxiety. Vile France is a work that will gratify Francophobes everywhere and cause even the most committed defender of the Jacques Chirac worldview to crack an occasional smile.

About Robert J. Stove

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Stove is the author of Prince of Music, a study of the 16th century composer Palestrina.
Published April 1, 2003 by Encounter Books. 318 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Political & Social Sciences, Travel. Non-fiction

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In his analysis of five eras in whichsecret policing has been of vital importance to government, Australian writer Stove (Prince of Music) sheds new light on the intrigues of the majorspymasters

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