By Bart van der Steen, Knud Andresen
During the early Eighties, huge elements of Europe have been swept with riots and formative years revolts. Radicalised kids occupied constructions and clashed with the police in towns equivalent to Zurich, Berlin and Amsterdam, whereas in nice Britain and France, 'migrant' youths protested fiercely opposed to their underprivileged place and police brutality. was once there a hyperlink among the early life revolts in numerous eu towns, and if that is so, how have been they hooked up and the way did they impression one another? those questions are valuable during this quantity.
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They did things we could not do, but we were also doing things that they could not do’. The concept of no future could lead to similar reactions, for example when Piotrowski quotes a Polish punk saying: ‘In Britain, they sing “no future” [ ... ] But I’d like to be on welfare payments there! ’ The establishment too, was very aware of international influences. Thus, Vienna’s authorities in 1980 were so convinced of the idea that riots were alien to their city that they initially saw the riots of 1 March as instigated by four youths from West Germany.
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A European Youth Revolt: European Perspectives on Youth Protest and Social Movements in the 1980s by Bart van der Steen, Knud Andresen