Comparative study of Deep South American and French Algeria
- A family that is closely linked with the US authorities
- A strong commitment to the American political and economic life
- The incarnation of the "model family" in the American myth of the Kennedys
- A controversial ?clan?
- The hidden faces of the Kennedy clan
- The end of a myth?
Over the centuries, changing landscapes and their transformations are mostly made at the instigation of men. Colonization for example required a particular organization, and shaped singular spaces. Some features are still visible today. Our study, which focuses on the American Deep South and the French Algeria in particular, will allow us to measure its influence with regard to these two examples. The Deep South is the space of the southeast of the United States and offered to the settlers of the sixteenth century with vast fertile plains, a particularly sunny climate and a coastline on the open Pacific Ocean. Algeria, located north of Africa and colonized by France in 1832 on the coast enjoys a Mediterranean climate and an opening on the Mediterranean Sea. Given these two regions, it is interesting to ask whether the phenomenon leaves traces of colonization beyond similar times and geographical locations and the consequences of the same. Historically, colonization has always wanted land, so we begin by looking at the rural areas. However, it has also influenced the urban development of the colonized countries. These two impressions left by history had serious consequences on the economic development of the American Deep South of Algeria.