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Émile Ollivier (1825–1913)

Ollivier, Émile. A French statesman and political writer; born at Marseilles, July 2, 1825; died at Saint-Gervais-les-Bains, Aug. 20, 1913. He was elected to the French Academy (1870) as successor to Lamartine. His main works are: ‘Democracy and Liberty’ (1867); ‘Church and State in the Council of the Vatican’ (2 vols., 1879); ‘Thiers in the Academy and in History’ (1880); ‘1789 and 1889’ (1890).