Tag Archives: French Culture

David P. Hamilton :
Muslims in France: A little context

You can’t generalize with much accuracy about Muslims in France, no more so than about Christians or secularists. By David P. Hamilton | The Rag Blog | January 12, 2015 It is impossible to generalize about Muslims in France. Anyone … finish reading David P. Hamilton :
Muslims in France: A little context

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David P. Hamilton :
On living in France

Within the narrow parameters of my own life, living in Paris was epic. I returned stunned, trying to determine what the experience had meant to us. By David P. Hamilton | The Rag Blog | January 22, 2014 “’Americans should … finish reading David P. Hamilton :
On living in France

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TRAVEL / David P. Hamilton : What We Won’t See Driving Across France

Driving in rural France. Image from InterNations. What Americans won’t seewhile driving across France Near Paris, there are extensive wheat fields for kilometers without fences, interspersed with old mixed deciduous forests, pastures of fat cows, and the occasional 12th century … finish reading TRAVEL / David P. Hamilton : What We Won’t See Driving Across France

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