The French May Revolution, which is now half a century old, lacked a soundtrack or hymns that have lasted. If anything, one of the most humming songs in a Latino neighborhood in the war was Ay, Carmela, a famous melody on the Republican side during the Civil War. It was perhaps the greatest Spanish contribution to that revolt, led basically by students, which shook the neighboring country with a cry of freedom. But the domino effect shone by its absence to the south of the Pyrenees in a society subjected to a …

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