Conditions in Parleune were fast returning to norsal. Gasoline was readily available, radio program* seemed to be drifting baok to usual schedules, and there was almost no evidence of the Armed Forces in the city.
University was under siegero-Gaullists last nigfc*attle of songs, flags, sticks and stones. students occupying theheld the attaokers off as police stood Impassively
T7 Sons militants, including Jean-Pierre Vigier, are trying torevolutionary movement" to coordinate the groups professing to follow the revolutionary trend. The militants call for action committees to take up where the loaders of the workers* movement left off. Vigier was expelled from the French Communist Party recently for openly opposing Its decisions.
T3ohn-Bendit, speakingtudents at me oornonne, called for resistance to capitalism by All norms. He asked strikers and students to prevont the rooponing of factories and schools as long as their demands are not met and called for action comaittoes in every faotory, university aud village to keep the mass movement of student and worker protest alive. He also denounced the Communists, "all organisations that will enable elections to take place in an orderlyad the US Se Gauiu*hwnlonaccused of supporting
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tion Guana, tba new cabinet at its meetingune decided to honor the engagement* stemming from the agreement ofay with the unlona; noted the need for measures "so that what has been achieved on the social plane will.not be consumed in the fire ofnd set lte next meeting forune. The minister of agriculture hasraft decreeuaranteed minimum wago in agriculture.
Loaders of the French Communist Party and the Federation of the Left have announced their agreement to campaign separately for the first round of elections onune and then join forces for the second round onhis is the arrangement the two groups used to good advantage in tho parliamentary elections ofOriginal document.