Hayward marks 1968: the summer when Paris rebelled
WHEN Charles de Gaulle greeted 1968 with the contention that “it is impossible to see how France today could be paralysed by crisis as she has been in the past”, he greatly misjudged the post-war era, writes Neville Smith.
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