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1968 and after: Inside the revolution

by Tariq Ali

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Covers much the same ground as his later 'Street Fighting Years'. There is more details of events in France in 1968 and events in the 70's such as the upheavals in Chile and Portugal. Still a member of the International Marxist Group when this was written, he managed to rise above the sectarian that has dogged Trotskyism, partly because of his insistence on the importance of engagement with (rather than intervening in) mass movements. Some good additional details which nicely supplements his later work. ( )
  JohnNebauer | Nov 7, 2008 |
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