The Hungary in 1956 Stalin's tanks blew apart the Left in the rest of the world. Old complacencies were shattered, while new parties, new ideas and events brought a new militancy. The ferment continued for a decade and burst out in 1968 in Paris and across much of the world. This book tells the story of those years in Britain, The New Left, CND, student politics, civil rights and a transformed trade union movement can all be seen springing up from the initial catastrophic break up.
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