e-prints of "Les Soixante-Routards: travel, generation, and 1968"

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Dear colleagues,

 

My new article “Les Soixante-Routards:  travel, generation, and 1968” has been published in the latest issue of Modern & Contemporary France.  Please use the link below for free e-prints:

 

http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/MxbdUvIa6RkbSJvEiQkR/full 

 

Thanks all,

Rick

 

Richard Ivan Jobs

Professor of History

Pacific University

richardivanjobs@pacificu.e