Ross, Kristin.

May '68 and its afterlives [electronic resource] / May 1968 and its afterlives Kristin Ross. - Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2002. - 1 online resource (ix, 238 p.)

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1. The Police Conception of History; 2. Forms and Practices; 3. Different Windows, Same Faces; 4. Consensus and Its Undoing; List of Abbreviations; Bibliography; Index.

"During May 1968, students and workers in France united in the biggest strike and the largest mass movement in French history. Protesting capitalism, American imperialism, and Gaullism, 9 million people from all walks of life, from shipbuilders to department store clerks, stopped working. The nation was paralyzed - no sector of the workplace was untouched. Yet, just thirty years later, the mainstream image of May '68 in France has become that of a mellow youth revolt, a cultural transformation stripped of its violence and profound sociopolitical implications." "Kristin Ross shows how the current official memory of May '68 came to serve a political agenda antithetical to the movement's aspirations. She examines the roles played by sociologists, repentant ex-student leaders, and the mainstream media in giving what was a political event a predominantly cultural and ethical meaning."--Jacket.

9780226728001 (electronic bk.) 0226728005 (electronic bk.)

Mei-beweging (1968)
Collectief geheugen.
Politieke aspecten.

France--Politics and government--1958-
France--Politique et gouvernement--1958-

Electronic books.

DC412 / .R67 2002eb


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