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The Transformation of Everyday Life
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The barricades of Algiers were, like Lagaillarde’s beard, anachronistic. But the appeals to antifascist vigilance that resounded in France at the end of January were hardly less so. If it is correct that an endemic fascism raged in Algeria because of the particular structure of this society, it is no less so that there is no fascism imaginable in France today, nor in any other modern capitalist country.