France Sacks Youth Labor LawBy
At last, France can return to normal. On Apr. 10, President Jacques Chirac's center-right government withdrew a youth-employment law that had ignited two months of tumultuous protest. Now that the protesters are declaring victory, the labor strikes will abate, students will go back to school, and everyone can enjoy the balmy spring weather.
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