The 7th Conference of the SI [Situationist International] was held in Paris, from 5 to 11 July 1966. The assembly discussed the following questions: the organization of the SI; organization in general; the development of our relations with the revolutionary currents that are now appearing; the current state of this process and the conditions that determine it in different zones of the world; revolution and the under-developed economy; culture; the new methods of agitation; the moment of the abolition of separate power; situationist publications and their translations; the financing of our activities; [and] the choice of theoretical works to be developed. A general agreement was manifest on each of the debated subjects.
 Trans. See Guy Debord's letter to Mustapha Khayati dated 1 May 1966.
 Trans. See Debord's letter to Mustapha Khayati dated 1 August 1966.
 Trans. See Debord's letter to Noir et Rouge dated 28 April 1966.
 Trans. See Debord's text on The Explosion Point of Ideology in China, Internationale Situationniste #11 (October 1967).
 Trans. See Mustapha Khayati's Setting Straight Some Popular Misconceptions About Revolutions in Underdeveloped Countries, Internationale Situationniste #11 (October 1967).
 Trans. See Rene Vienet's The Situationists and New Forms of Action Against Politics and Art in Internationale Situationniste #11 (October 1967).
(Unattributed "editorial note" in Internationale Situationniste #11, October 1967. Translated from the French by NOT BORED! March 2006.)