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LA F.A. ET LES SITUATIONNISTES ou MÈmoire pour discussion dans les familles aprËs boire

[Situationists]. BODSON, Guy [a.k.a. Guy Antoine] (Editor)

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[Paris]: [Guy Bodson], [ca. 1973]. 4to. Perfect-bound wraps. Printed xerox throughout. Very good. Upper edge of wraps lightly worn; wraps mildly toned. Pages vary in height, several a bit sunned at upper edge. Binding sound. Roughly 140 pages. (Item ID: 20043)

Text in French. A series of photocopied documents broadly chronicling the relations between the FÈderation Anarchiste (of which the compiler Bodson was a member) and the Internationale Situationniste during 1966 and 1967. Included are copies of typewritten letters, excerpts of articles published in the F.A. journal LE MONDE LIBERTAIRE and the S.I. journal INTERNATIONALE SITUATIONNISTE, official communiquÈs between group members, publicly distributed broadsides, and more. In addition to Bodson, members of the F.A. at the time included Maurice Joyeux and C.A. Bontemps. OCLC locates three institutional holdings: one at the BibliothËque de documentation internationale contemporaine in Nanterre, and two in the Netherlands: at the Bibliotheek UvA/HvA and the International Institute of Social History. An important record of the relations between two French radical-left groups in the years leading up to 1968.

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