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Isabelle de Courtivron

France's moment of truth for femininity

By Isabelle de Courtivron
April 29, 2007

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FRENCH WOMEN enjoy good press. Recent US bestsellers tell us that they stay thin, dress well, have easy access to daycare, don't feel the need to marry out of economic or social vulnerability, and mostly get along well with French men. (Full article: 754 words)

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