Neal Gabler

Cultural Historian

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Cultural historian and author of many books, including the forthcoming Against the Wind: Edward Kennedy and the Tortuous Course of American Liberalism

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In France,  pension reform  has led to street demonstrations and occasional violence.

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In France, pension reform has led to street demonstrations and occasional violence.

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The French senate today passed  pension reform  despite weeks of angry street demonstrations and occasional violence.

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The French senate today passed pension reform despite weeks of angry street demonstrations and occasional violence.

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