From 21 March 1968 with the first student protests at Nanterre University, through to the end of June when a new government was appointed, France lived through a mini-revolution.
2008-05-14 11:19 TU
What happened when - the events suggest boredom is a powerful catalyst for revolt.
2008-05-14 12:01 TU
The May 68 protests showed women they too could revolt and gave birth to the French feminist movement. Today, 40 years later, the sexes are still not completely equal, but fewer women consider themselves "feminists," as Sarah Elzas reports.
2008-05-28 13:00 TU