By Albert Camus
Entre le 21 août 1944 et le three juin 1947, Albert Camus est rédacteur en chef et éditorialiste à strive against.
Ses one hundred sixty five articles – signés, authentifiés, ou légitimement attribuables – nous transmettent le témoignage lucide d’un journaliste conscient de ses responsabilités dans une époque où, au sortir de l’Occupation, il faut à l. a. fois réorganiser los angeles vie quotidienne et dessiner l’avenir de los angeles France et de l’Europe. Sur de multiples sujets – los angeles politique intérieure ; l’épuration ; los angeles politique étrangère ; les droits, les devoirs et le rôle d’une nouvelle presse ; los angeles politique coloniale, et, en particulier, los angeles nécessité de doter l’Algérie d’un nouveau statut –, Camus informe et réagit.
On entend dans ces textes los angeles voix passionnée d’un écrivain dans l’histoire, épris de justice, de liberté et de vérité ; mais aussi obstinément soucieux d’introduire l. a. morale en politique et d’exiger le admire de los angeles dignité humaine.
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