Reflections on the French Upheaval
AbstractThe contention of the French Communist Party and its sympathizers abroad that no revolutionary situation existed in France in May reminds us of the story of the boy who shot his father and mother and then pleaded with the judge for mercy on the ground that he was an orphan.
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