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The figure of the North African Arab, as Todd Shepard deftly shows, is still present in French culture, although what was arguably at first a conflict of nationalisms is nowadays articulated as a fight against terrorism and Muslim extremism. A complex and thorough picture emerges. His methodological insistence on holding decolonization and the Sexual Revolution together within the same frame of analysis yields new and substantial insights in both of these fields. As Shepard argues, the so-called French sexual revolution of the s and s was intimately tied to the war in Algeria, to decolonization, and to immigration. Indeed, by combining insights of feminist, queer, critical race, and post-colonial theory, this work does not simply offer a new understanding of these pivotal two decades in French and global history. It just as importantly provides critical historical insight into the moment out which so much of that theory emerged.