L'Idiot international

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L'Idiot international "was founded by Jean-Paul Sartre and Jean-Edern Hallier in the aftermath of the 1968 student-worker uprising in France. It died in 1973 but was revived by Hallier... in the late 1980s. 'I'm a historic leader of the Left, yet the Right, too, finds me fascinating,' said Hallier, who opened the pages of his journal to an eclectic assortment of contributors, including Woody Allen and Jacques Verges." The journal would also publish a "regular columnn" by Eduard Limonov and feature the writings of Alain de Benoist. [1]

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  1. Martin Lee, The Beast Reawakens (1997), p.478.