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He was elected, at the end of 1898, president of the important commission on education, in which he advocated the adoption of a modern system of education. The policy of the Waldeck-Rousseau ministry on the religious teaching congregations broke up the Republican party, and Ribot was among the seceders; but at the general election of 1902, though he himself secured re-election, his policy suffered a severe check. He actively opposed the policy of the Combes ministry and denounced the alliance with Jean Léon Jaurès, and on 13 January 1905 he was one of the leaders of the opposition which brought about the fall of the cabinet. Although he had been most violent in denouncing the anti-clerical policy of the Combes cabinet, he now announced his willingness to recognize a new régime to replace the Concordat of 1801, and gave the government his support in the establishment of the Associations culturelles, while he secured some mitigation of the seventies attending the separation. He was re-elected deputy for St. Omer in 1906.

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>He was elected, at the end of 1898, president of the important commission on education, in which he advocated the adoption of a modern system of education. The policy of the Waldeck-Rousseau ministry on the religious teaching congregations broke up the Republican party, and Ribot was among the seceders; but at the general election of 1902, though he himself secured re-election, his policy suffered a severe check. ⇒彼は、1898年の末に、教育に関する重要な委員会の委員長に選ばれて、その中で彼は教育の最新システムの採用を主唱した。ワルデック-ルソー内閣の宗教的な教育会合に関する方針から共和党を解散したが、リボーは脱退者のうちの一人であった。1902年の総選挙で、彼自身は再選を確保したものの、彼の政策は厳しいチェックを受けた。 >He actively opposed the policy of the Combes ministry and denounced the alliance with Jean Léon Jaurès, and on 13 January 1905 he was one of the leaders of the opposition which brought about the fall of the cabinet. Although he had been most violent in denouncing the anti-clerical policy of the Combes cabinet, he now announced his willingness to recognize a new régime to replace the Concordat of 1801, and gave the government his support in the establishment of the Associations culturelles, while he secured some mitigation of the seventies attending the separation. ⇒彼は、活発にコンブ内閣の政策に反対してジョン・レオン・ジョレスとの連携を非難し、1905年1月13日の内閣崩壊をもたらした反対派指導者の1人であった。彼は(それまで)コンブ・内閣の反教権的な政策を非難することにかけて最も狂暴だったが、今や彼は1801年の「コンコルダート(協約)」に代わる新しい体制を認める意志を表明して、分離に加担した70年代を幾分緩和することを保証する一方、「文化協会」の設立で政府支持を表明した。 ※このあたり、文字面だけ訳しましたが、具体的な内容は全然分かりません。 >He was re-elected deputy for St. Omer in 1906. ⇒彼は、1906年にサン・トメール(選挙区)の再選代議士となった。

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