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Is France Becoming Too American?
"The French are now carb-conscious, and kale, which they once dismissed as the 'curly headless cabbage,' might find a place at the table. Meanwhile many Americans seem determined to emulate all things French. Are the French losing their je ne sais quoi?" Four observers discuss the question in a New York Times Room for Debate. The New York Times 10/14/13
Posted October 15, 2013 12:57 AM

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