Apr8 - 1968: History and Meaning Key Terms The Long 1968...

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1968”: History and Meaning Key Terms · The “Long 1968” · The New Left · May 1968 Revolution · Kurt-Georg Kiesinger · Rote Armee Fraktion (RAF) · Long March Through the Institutions I. “1968”: Idea and Origins The Meaning of “1968” o The “Long 1968”: 1956-1981 o The Twentieth Century’s 1848? The Baby Boom and the Re-Invention of Youth o Talking About My Generation ” (The Who, 1965) o Markers of Identity: Style vs. Substance The Promises and Limits of Higher Education The Unfulfilled Desires of Consumer Society and New Aspirations o “Disintengration vs. Integration” o Challenging “Authority” o Sex, Drugs, and Liberation Confronting the Parents’ Past and Their “Sham” Democracies Reinventing Marx and Marxism and the Origins of the “New Left” Anti-Colonial Inspirations and the Vietnam War II. The May “Revolution” in France Culture and Conditions at French Universities Nanterre Satellite Campus, Fall 1967 Occupying the Sorbonne and the Streets, May 1968
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Apr8 - 1968: History and Meaning Key Terms The Long 1968...

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