Rudi Dutschke

(1940-1979) was the leading figure of the German extra-parliamentary opposition.


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The misunderstanding of 1968

One of the last interviews with Rudi Dutschke

In an interview conducted a year before his premature death, Rudi Dutschke explained to Jacques Rupnik the reasons for the German Left’s failure to understand what was at stake in Czechoslovakia in 1968. “In retrospect, the great event of ’68 in Europe was not Paris, but Prague. But we were unable to see this at the time.”

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