Conversations with Stuart Hall: the inheritors of '68

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 2018 Number 69

Conversations with Stuart Hall: the inheritors of '68
David Edgar, pages -
DOI: 10.3898/SOUN:69.09.2018

Abstract

Apart from the overthrow of the Ayub Khan regime in Pakistan, the movements of 1968 won no direct political victory. But, as Stuart Hall reminded us, one should not confuse the outcome of an event with its impact. The conjuncture which saw the desegregation of the American south, the bringing down of two presidents, and the birth of contemporary feminism, did indeed emancipate individuals. But those gains were won through collective protest, community and solidarity, by movements that were the enemy of the market state.

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