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May made me : an oral history of the 1968 uprising in France
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  • May made me : an oral history of the 1968 uprising in France
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  • Mitchell Abidor.
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  • Chico : AK Press, 2018 ©2018
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  • xiii, 253 pages ; 22 cm
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  • The mass protests that shook France in May 1968 were exciting, dangerous, creative, and influential, changing European politics to this day. Students demonstrated, workers went on general strike, and factories and universities were occupied. Before it was all over, children, homemakers, and the elderly were swept up in the life-changing events that targeted bureaucratic capitalism and the staid Communist Party. The French state was on the ropes and feared civil war or revolution. Fifty years later, here are the powerful oral testimonies of those young rebels who demanded the impossible. "May Mad Me" reveals the legacy of the uprising: how those explosive experiences changed both individuals and history.
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  • Personliga berättelser
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  • 978-1-84935-310-6
  • 1-84935-310-7
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*5050 $aTimeline of events in 1968 -- Introduction: May '68 Revisited -- Veterans in the struggle: Jean-Jacques Lebel. Alain Krivine. Prisca Bachelet. Henri Simon -- Students in Paris: Suzanne Borde. Isabelle Saint-Saëns. Sonia Fayman. Jean-Pierre Fournier. Pauline Steiner. Pierre Mercier -- May Outside Paris: Jacques Wajnsztejn (Lyon). Joseph Potiron (La Chapelle-sur-Erdre). Guy Texier (Saint-Nazaire). Bernard Vauselle (Saint-Nazaire). Dominique Barbe (Nantes). Myriam Chédotal (Saint-Nazaire). Eliane Paul-Di Vicenzo (Nantes). Jean-Michel Rabaté (Bordeaux). José and Hélène Chatroussat (Rouen) -- May and film: Michel Andrieu. Pascal Aubier and Bernard Eisenschitz -- Some anarchists: Daniel Pinos. Wally Rosell. Thierry Porré.
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