Daniel Bensaïd's 1988 squib on the capitulation of soixante-huitard intellectuals.
Jan Willem Stutje describes Ernest Mandel's experiences in Berlin with Rudi Dutschke and on the barricades in Paris during 1968.
"We, filmmakers, call on ourselves to bite, to film, and to defend this territory which is beaten and hits back."
A conversation between Jean Paul Sartre and Daniel Cohn-Bendit, held in the midst of the 1968 May events.
In this excerpt from The Comrade from Milan, Rosanna Rossanda recounts her experiences of May 1968 between Italy and France.
A translation of Isidore Isou’s "Between Isou and Marcuse," published in the Lettrist journal Youth Uprising in the summer of 1968.
An excerpt from Angelo Quatttrocchi's lyrical eyewitness account of May 1968 in Paris.
What the state and its representatives cannot bear is the fact that for ten years the ZAD has experimented forms of life which prefigure a possible future society in the here and now.
Why France’s biggest police operation since May 68 is prepared to kill for Macron’s neoliberal nightmare.
Railworkers engaged in the rolling strike action in the area to the north of Paris asked Antonio Negri to answer a few questions connected with the current struggle against the rail reform and the meaning of solidarity.