A few months after May 68, Robert Linhart, normalien and Maoist, joined Citroën to work on the assembly line. He hopes to rekindle the revolutionary fire, but the vast majority of the workers no longer want to hear about politics. When Citroën decides to reimburse itself for the Grenelle agreements by requiring workers to work three hours overtime a week free of charge, Robert and a few others then foresee the possibility of a social movement.
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