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Who was Robert Badinter, the most important Frenchman you never heard of?

By Sylvie Humbert, Historian of justice and law , Institut catholique de Lille (ICL)
The death in February of the man who abolished the death penalty inspired a national homage in France. Yet, Robert Badinter remains little known outside of the country.The Conversation

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