Worker-Student Action Committees: France, May '68 | Fredy Perlman & Roger Gregoire
148 pages | Detritus Books
52 years ago, in May 1968, a student protest in France exploded with potential to become a non-bureaucratic revolution. The economy of France was brought nearly to a standstill for almost two months. Worker Student Action Committees was written by Fredy Perlman and Roger Gregoire in the midst, and the aftermath, of the uprising, describing their experiences as participants, analyzing what went well, and what went wrong.
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