Foreign News: THREE WHO DEFIED DE GAULLE

Three oddly assorted men emerged to lead the settlers' revolt in Algeria last week. The three:

Pierre Lagaillarde, 28. ex-paratrooper, who says: "I may be a fascist, but I'm not a reactionary. My great grandfather was on the barricades. I'm a plain revolutionary!" His egalitarian ancestor died in Paris in 1851 in a futile defense of the Second Republic against the incoming imperial regime of Louis Napoleon. Lagaillarde's principal resemblance to him is a common taste for barricades, but his great grandfather died trying to maintain the constituted authority of the state, not to...

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