'If Marx had been living in Paris during May 1968, he might have written this book.' --The New Republic'An important book which should be read and pondered.' --Paul M. Sweezy'A profound analysis of the May events in France.' --Ralph Miliband'A durable and thoughtful study.' --The New Statesman'An intimate and intricate account of the events in Paris by one who knew almost every cobblestone in the Latin Quarter.q --Michael FootqHis narrative...is lively and accurate, the background of student politics, labor union organization, and economic conditions carefully brushed in....[Singer] envisions a democratic, egalitarian nonhierarchical form of socialism.' --The New York TimesPrelude to Revolution is the indispensable study of May 1968 in France. Generations have looked to this book for inspiration. Daniel Singer, who died in 2000, was widely considered the most adept interpreter of European politics for American audiences in his longtime role as the European correspondent for The Nation. He shows here how change happens, and draws out the lessons from the events of May 1968 for those struggling for a different world today.France in May 1968 Daniel Singer ... place of perdition, at the huge traffic jams every weekend as the frustrated city-dwellers line up for their breath of fresh air, at the manual workers inventing manual hobbies so as to produce a whole object .
|Title||:||Prelude to Revolution|
|Publisher||:||South End Press - 2002|