Discovering Shanghai in Paris

Mao’s Little Red Book united student radicals with Third World guerrillas.

A decade after the events in Paris, Régis Debray passed a withering verdict on the Maoism that had colored much of France’s far left in May ’68. In his mockingly titled “Modest Contribution to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Tenth Anniversary,” Debray derided the ’68er radicals who had looked to Chairman Mao for an […]

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