In France, The Strauss-Kahn Uproar Gets Even Louder
July 2, 2011
by: NPR Staff, NPR
The case against Dominique Strauss-Kahn has riveted France. His arrest sparked a national debate about the treatment of women and the role of the media. It also upended French politics, as prior to his arrest, Strauss-Kahn was seen as a potential challenger in next year's presidential election. Host Scott Simon speaks to Le Monde Editorial Director Sylvie Kauffmann about how the French are reacting to the latest developments in the case.
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