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Originally published just months before the May 1968 upheavals in France, leading member of the Situationist International Raoul Vaneigem's THE REVOLUTION OF EVERYDAY LIFE offered a lyrical and aphoristic critique of the 'society of the spectacle' from the point of view of individual experience.
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RAOUL VANEIGEM was born in Belgium in 1934. In late 1960 he was introduced to Guy Debord by Henri Lefebvre, and soon after he joined the Situationist International, which Debord and his comrades-in-arms had founded not long before. Vaneigem remained a member throughout the 1960s.
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