July 1968
New Yorker;7/20/1968, Vol. 44 Issue 22, p50
The article emphasizes that "Paris-Presse L'Intransigeant" has printed the official bills for the students' Latin Quarter revolution that was legally calculated as having lasted from May 6, 1968 to June 15, 1968. Parisians' city taxes may well be ten percent higher. The biggest bill will be paid by the Prefecture of Paris.


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