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It was not until a court order granted Le Pen's wing the right to call themselves
Front National that the opposition wing organized a new party, the Parti des
Forces Nouvelles (PFN). Under these conditions it was not much of a surprise
that Le ...
The national breakthrough occurred one year later, in the European election of
1984 (see Brechon, 1993). With 1 1 percent of the vote, the Front National
became the fourth largest party in France. These results were largely confirmed
in the ...
As a result of the drain of better-educated middle class voters both the Front
National and the Progress Party underwent a considerable proletarization of their
social basis. This was particularly pronounced in the case of the Progress Party.
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