LATIN QUARTER OR WORKERS’ QUARTERS?

 For three days we have been fighting around the Sorbonne. Thousands of students have fought magnificently against police repression. But we could stay in the Latin Quarter, isolated from the masses, without the bourgeoisie trembling; for them it is a lesser evil that all their spokesmen invite us to.

 What the bourgeoisie fear is that we will go to the masses of the people who have struggled for decades against the repression of cops and bosses, since the bourgeoisie know that the people are its main enemy.

 It is stirring in the factories; the workers are tired of all forms of bourgeoisie repression, they sympathise with the student struggle against the cops, but they wonder where it leads.              

 We will go to explain to them that we have joined their struggle against the repression of employers and police.

 The Sorbonne is an old pile of stones. Saint-Denis is tens of thousands of struggling workers.

 The cops may congregate in the Latin Quarter, and we can wait for them there. Let them come to the suburbs, let them come to Saint-Denis to try to prevent us from linking up with the workers. We will wait for them with the workers.

 THE CHOICE HAS TO BE MADE: KEEP IT BETWEEN OURSELVES OR JOIN THE FIGHT OF WORKERS.

EVERYBODY GO TO SAINT-DENIS TOMORROW!
MEET AT 4:30PM
METRO CARREFOUR PLEYEL

Committees for the Defense against Repression

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