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The last énarque

24 April 2019 By Rob Cox

The French president’s plan to close ENA, the elite school that churns out civil servants and CEOs, smacks of symbolism. So does his pledge to fix Notre-Dame in five years. Reforming the economy, like rebuilding a great cathedral, demands tough choices, not political gimmicks.

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