A - I n f o s

a multi-lingual news service by, for, and about anarchists **
News in all languages
Last 40 posts (Homepage) Last two weeks' posts Our archives of old posts

The last 100 posts, according to language
中文 Chinese_ Castellano_ Deutsch_ Nederlands_ English_ Français_ Italiano_ Polski_ Português_ Russkyi_ Suomi_ Svenska_ Türkçe_ _The.Supplement

The First Few Lines of The Last 10 posts in:
Castellano_ Deutsch_ Nederlands_ English_ Français_ Italiano_ Polski_ Português_ Russkyi_ Suomi_ Svenska_ Türkçe_
First few lines of all posts of last 24 hours | of past 30 days | of 2002 | of 2003 | of 2004 | of 2005 | of 2006 | of 2007 | of 2008 | of 2009 | of 2010 | of 2011 | of 2012 | of 2013 | of 2014 | of 2015 | of 2016 | of 2017 | of 2018

Syndication Of A-Infos - including RDF - How to Syndicate A-Infos
Subscribe to the a-infos newsgroups

(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL #283 - Read: Leschi and Morder, "When High School Students Speak Out" (fr, it, pt) [machine translation]

Date Fri, 1 Jun 2018 08:51:39 +0300

Robi Morder and Didier Leschi tell the story of the High School Action Committees (CAL). The years 68 evoked here thus cover essentially the 1967-1976 decade. ---- The authors take care to indicate where they are speaking: both of them, a few years apart, have actively participated in these adventures, as activists of Trotskyist organizations, mainly of the LCR, in meaning of its various tendencies, splits and emanations. In the foreword is pointed " the near absence " in the book of other currents including libertarians and anarchists, stating that it " does not mean they were nonexistent, far from it ."That's right, and we can only stay hungry from this point of view. But others will be able to do useful work by also telling their CAL ... From sources as incontestable as relevant, this book is a sum on this piece of history of the movement high school student, whose climax is in 1973 during the fight against the law Debré. During these ten years, demonstrations, occupations of premises, coordination of establishments on strike, self-management experiments, punctuate the school years, against a backdrop of intense political activity. The social, political or cultural context is recalled. This is essential to understand the dynamics that engage over time. Some testimonies complete the comments of the authors. At the heart of this decade, there is a very current debate: the relationship between building the autonomy of a mass movement and the political forces that support it. Other food for thought for today: the attitude of the trade union movement (CGT and CFDT at the time), the links with the high school movement but also the often very harsh confrontations, the brief experience of the permanent Coordination of the colleges of technical education (CP-CET) directly driven by the CGT ... A useful book for young people today, tomorrow ... and yesterday.

Christian (AL Southeast Suburbs)

Didier Leschi and Robi Morder, When high school students spoke, the years 68, Syllepse, 2018, 300 p, 15 euros.

A - I N F O S N E W S S E R V I C E
By, For, and About Anarchists
Send news reports to A-infos-en mailing list
Subscribe/Unsubscribe http://ainfos.ca/mailman/listinfo/a-infos-en
Archive: http://ainfos.ca/en
A-Infos Information Center