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 Sounds Of Dissent 
 extreme right vs. Social Democrats, facing austerity
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 Vivien Schmidt & Jolyon Howorth
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French voters head to the polls May 6th in the final run-off election for President. Socialist Francois Holland is poised for victory over incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy, but whoever wins tomorrow will have to contend with an increasingly polarized French republic.
- The extreme-right National Front won nearly 20 percent of the vote in the first run-off election last month. Right wing parties are making electoral gains all across Europe, dragging traditional parties rightward along with them. Sound familiar?
- With Vivien Schmidt & Jolyon Howorth.
- Radio interview by Amy Grunder, first aired on "Sounds of Dissent" on WZBC 90.3 FM Boston on 2012-05-05.
Co-Producer Amy Grunder for "Sounds of Dissent"
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"Sounds of Dissent" is a weekly news & political interview program airing every Saturday since 1998 on WZBC 90.3 FM in Greater Boston. Four new interviews between 11 am - 1 pm U.S. Eastern Time. Live streams & archive links at wzbc.org

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00:34:25 English 2012-05-05
 WZBC-FM, Newton (Boston), Massachusetts
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