Circa 1968 Parts 5-8 II

 5. Above, a flag, neither communist,
 nor anarchist, but Vietnamese, two 
 years after the bombing of Hanoi,
 Chicago and Kent State still ahead. 
 Now, „We are all German Jews.“
 „We are all la pègre.“ „On a raison 
 de se révolter.“ 

 6. On the balcony, a banner: USINE-
 UNIVERSITÉ-UNION. No seperation, 
 no delegation, no right to speak without
 les enquêtes. 

                                                                7. From the left, “We want more time to live!”                                                   
                                                                More … time … more everything … 
                                                                ”Everything, right now!” <And now, nothing's left. So now, nothing's right. Only sadness, our very hope. This is where we begin again, but differently. Not now. In the future.>
                                 8. Below, les marroniers, in bloom 
                                 perhaps. The smell of exaltation, 
                                 exhaustion: ten dead, 1500 injured. 
                                 More than a cultural revolution, yet 
                                 less than expected. Beneath the 
                                 paving stones, more than a beach.