Your "university" programme seems very good to me. Must not you also say that May 68 was the first serious blow received by Stalinism on its outside; the beginning of the reflux that now, starting with Peking, dislodges the whole empire? This connects more to the contemporary world. And it is a reminder of the unity of current global history.
I have met Beatrice Couedic (EDIMA, 68 rue Mazarine, 6th arr., telephone 46 34 00 76). I have indicated to her the degree to which we are hostile to her contemptible colleague.
Thus send her a list of addresses of the historians to whom you want your book sent (Nora, perhaps J.-F. Narot, etc.). Add to this list the friends you'd like to include.
A sad detail. We spoke to you the other night of the unfortunate fate of the children of the Algerian soldiers who were loyal to the French: a sister, a brother. We read in Liberation that same day that the brother was assassinated. History is everywhere.Cordially yours,
 Owned by Gerard Voitey, EDIMA regrouped Editions Quai Voltaire, Le Promeneur, Terrain vague and Lieu commun.
(Published in Guy Debord Correspondance, Vol 7: Janvier 1988-Novembre 1994 by Librairie Artheme Fayard, 2008. Translated from the French by NOT BORED! December 2008. Footnote by the publisher.)