"The subconscious needs of people began to break through the ever present network of repressive institutions which is the backbone of capitalism. Everywhere people danced and trembled. Everywhere people wrote on the walls of the city or communicated freely with total strangers. There were no longer any strangers, but brothers, very alive, very present... The first things revolutions do away with are the sadness and boredom and the alienation of the body."
- "Notes on Political Street Theatre, Paris 1968, 1969" by Jean- Jacques Lebel.