Immigration policies in post World War II France : an honors thesis (HONORS 499)
This study of French immigration policies spans the years following the Liberation after World War II until the present time. The leaders of France had somewhat different policy perspectives related to their time of leadership and political persuasion. This study also includes the activities of the National Front, which is the anti-immigrant party in France. The European Union is also another policy provider in terms of immigration in France, and that is explored as well. The policies have changed dramatically over this fifty-year period of time, and continue to be a thorn in the side of the current administration. This study was done to explore how the current policies have evolved from those of the past.