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Les événements (occasions) of 1968 are nicely imbedded in early society's collective memory. There are over one hundred books published deliberating the meaning and value of the year in France and a lot more discussions have happened. It's without doubt hard to comprehend what ’68 meant for several activists back then and even what is means to them now. Daniel A. Gordon, Robert Gildea and Bertram Gordon try to arrange the varying thoughts and different viewpoints on 1968 in their posts. Their divergent yet occasionally overlapping views put their posts under review as a result of various available literature which shines light at the memories of ’68 from France from many angles. The very first post "Memories of May '68: France's Convenient Consensus" from Daniel A. Gordon, published in 2012, comes from the journal's Modern & Contemporary France twentieth volume and next issue. In his brief overview of Memory of May '68: ' France's Convenient Consensus from Chris Reynolds, Daniel Gordon says that Reynolds' has well proven that the memories of ’68 are decreased to just that one month (May) during which 'kids' of this elite society lead a revolt from the political mindset they had been brought up in. The second post "Utopia and Conflict in the Oral Testimonies of French 1968 Activists" by Robert Gildea, published in 2013, is by the journal's Brain Studies sixth volume and original book. The material for this article came from the 2007-2011 pan-European endeavor titled 'About 1968: Activism, Networks, Trajectories.' In his published slice, Gildea brings together five meeting of former activists in 1968 in France. These interviews are then explored via the shadow of 2 emerging narratives of cultu...