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 The questions that we seek to respond to by going through these moments are: Why do these forms of illegal struggles reappear today? why in France? and why only in the context of a redundancy plan? The questions that we seek to respond to by going through these moments are: Why do these forms of illegal struggles reappear today? why in France? and why only in the context of a redundancy plan?
  
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 While cases of bossnapping or physical violence against employers can be traced back to the Popular Front of 1936, they are very unusual in the boom years from the end of the Second World War to the years immediately preceding May 1968. In the few examples that do occur in this period, such as at Peugeot Sochaux in 1961 (the employer manhandled),​ or in 1967 (bossnapping),​ we do not find any that are due to the closure of a factory. These forms of action were taken with a view to obtaining better working conditions and wage increases.((See //Le Monde//, November 11, 12, 14, 16, 1961, and Xavier Vigna, //​L’Insubordination ouvrière dans les années 68: Essai d’histoire politique des usines//, Presses universitaires de Rennes, Rennes 2007, p. 103.)) While cases of bossnapping or physical violence against employers can be traced back to the Popular Front of 1936, they are very unusual in the boom years from the end of the Second World War to the years immediately preceding May 1968. In the few examples that do occur in this period, such as at Peugeot Sochaux in 1961 (the employer manhandled),​ or in 1967 (bossnapping),​ we do not find any that are due to the closure of a factory. These forms of action were taken with a view to obtaining better working conditions and wage increases.((See //Le Monde//, November 11, 12, 14, 16, 1961, and Xavier Vigna, //​L’Insubordination ouvrière dans les années 68: Essai d’histoire politique des usines//, Presses universitaires de Rennes, Rennes 2007, p. 103.))