JACOBIN No.29 / Spring 2018: 1968


“Between us we can change this rotten society. Now, put on your coat and make for the nearest cinema. Look at their deadly love-making on the screen. Isn’t it better in real life? Make up your mind to learn to love. Then, during the interval, when the first advertisements come on, pick up your tomatoes or, if you prefer, your eggs, and chuck them. Then get out into the street, and peel off all the latest government proclamations until underneath you discover the message of the days of May and June. Stay awhile in the street. Look at the passers-by and remind yourself: the last word has not yet been said. Then act. Act with others, not for them. Make the revolution here and now. It is your own. C’est pour toi que tu fais la révolution. — Daniel and Gabriel Cohn-Bendit, Obsolete Communism: The Left-Wing Alternative
The Tragedy of Bayard Rustin
The Second Emancipation
How Beautiful It Was
Half the Way with Mao Zedong
Before the World Arrived
When the Old World Unraveled
Joschka Fischer’s Long March
Year of the Zombie
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