Fifty years have passed since May 68… No big deal for the generations who have no idea of the uprising against the established, immutable order of a society stuck in its old ways; against the France of Charles de Gaulle, proud and unwilling to come to terms with history, its own history. Like some despotic protector, de Gaulle seemed to...
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