In November 1991 the Front National held a meeting in the town of Saint-RaphaÃ«l (Var) to publicize its new interest in environmental issues. In his keynote speech the secretary-general of the party, Bruno MÃ©gret, attacked the Greens for opening the gates to immigration. He stated that ââtrue ecology goes hand in hand with the defense of identity,ââ and in a calculated eï¬ort to dress the partyâs Ã©colofascisme with respectable credentials he claimed Alexis Carrel as ââa man of the Right and the founder of ecology.ââ 1 Most people remembered Carrel (1873â 1944) as the recipient of the 1912 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine and the author of the best-selling book Man, the Unknown (1935). Few, however, recalled his fascist and eugenic views; and only a handful of scholars knew of his role as head of the Fondation FranÃ§aise pour lâEtude des ProblÃ¨mes Humains, a research institution created by Tseng 2002.3.1 16:15 AndrÃ©s Reggiani is a professor of history at Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (Buenos Aires). He is currently completing a book manuscript on Alexis Carrel. Earlier versions of his work in progress were presented at the New York Area French History Seminar and the Forty-seventh Annual Meeting
French Historical Studies – Duke University Press
Published: Apr 1, 2002
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