(Paris 1968 and after)
CAHIERS DU COMMUNISME DE CONSEILS NRS 2, 5, 6, 7, 8 and THE FIRST ISSUE NOTED AS A NUMERO SPECIAL (12 = ALL)
Marseille: Cahiers Du Communisme de Conseils (Robert Camoin), 1969 – 1970
Six separate numbers. Uniformly 30 x 21cm, pagination varies – typically 48 – 60pp plus oversize printed wrappers. Discussion journal for a far left grouping who were part of the Informations et Correspondances Ouvrières (ICO) where a number of similar groups – Nice (Colonne L), Marseille (Cahiers du Communisme de Conseils), Toulouse (Révolution Internationale), Grenoble (Archinoir), Clermont-Ferrand (M.A.R.S. puis Organisation Conseilliste), Le Havre (AEIS), Montpellier, Lille, Perpignan, Strasbourg, Lyon, Albertville – were formed in the aftermath of the Paris 1968 rebellions. Long theoretical articles on the way forward and the special number (published in November 1968) has a long article on the events of Mai 1968 as well as considerations of the Vietnam war.
Some hand annotations in pencil and the back of the cover of the special number has some scribbled out text in black ink, some browning and marks to wrappers but overall VG+. Nr 2 being typically french has a small cigarette burn on the cover and internally for a few pages that does not affect the text. Probably from an unfiltered Gitane.
A 4pp handout inserted in Nr 2 on racism and exploitation.
Information taken in part from Wikipedia