Are American ‘cancel culture’ exports a threat to France and its way of life?

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    It seems like the French have had enough of cancel culture as the country is stepping up its attack on ‘American values’. A growing number of lawmakers and intellectuals claim that ‘US imposed’ ideas on race, gender and post-colonialism pose a threat to French society.

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