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By Guy Debord

Pour l'Internationale situationniste, les années qui vont de 1965 à 1968 sont marquées par une implication déterminante dans ce que l'on pourra appeler le cours de l'Histoire.

L'I.S. va se retrouver, malgré le boycott ou los angeles récupération de ses thèses, au centre du débat culturel (politique et artistique) de l'époque. scenario qu'elle mettra à revenue en faisant publier simultanément l. a. Société du spectacle et le Traité de savoir-vivre à l'usage des jeunes générations ; et en inspirant divers scandales qui marqueront de leur empreinte l'explosion de Mai sixty eight.

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For Soboul it was the joint peasant and bourgeois action that gave the French Revolution its unique character. Alfred Cobban challenged this portrait with a denial of any bourgeois radicalism at all, at least insofar as the seigneurial regime was concerned, thereby undermining the notion of a bourgeois-peasant alliance against feudalism. 21 This was almost the inverse of George Taylor's critique which saw little but bourgeois radicalism in the Revolution's moves against the lords; Taylor's peasants have nothing in the way of revolutionary consciousness at all.

After a long interval in which the defeated peasantry raised no major challenge, the distinctive target of the rural upheavals of the early Revolution had switched from the claims of the state to those of the lord. Understanding this shift, Le Roy Ladurie contends, should illuminate the rural history of France in modern times. Behind the change in peasant actions must lie major changes in French institutions. 1 We can try to understand what had made the demands of their lords so central a focus of the revolutionary mobilization of the French countryside ____________________ 1 Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie, "Révoltes et contestations rurales en France de 1675 à 1788," Annales: Economies, Sociétés, Civilisations 29 ( 1974): 6-22.

15 But although it was now beginning to be possible to study the relationship of demanding and of acting, I still did not have my movie. I had two snapshots ____________________ 12 Richard L. Merritt, Symbols of American Community, 1735-1775 ( New Haven: Yale University Press, 1966). , Revolutionary Russia ( Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1968), 143-57. 14 To what degree does newspaper content, sometimes written in England, enlighten us on colonial readers' views--and just who read these periodicals?

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