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French Bread by New French Citizens

Bakers of Maghrebi origin are increasingly renowned in France as they appropriate and preserve one of the nation’s oldest traditions: the baguette. Far from the political debates on immigration currently holding the public’s attention in France and the United States, new French citizens are spontaneously finding their place in society with little trouble. This trend…

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  • Oui, la même chose s’est passé à Manhattan dans les années 1980 quand les Coréens ont repris les commerces de fruits et légumes tenus par des Italiens ainsi que les teinturies.

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