from Guy Debord

To Toru Tagaki[1]
3 September 1963
Dear Toru

I have received your letter dated 26 August [1963]. We are pleased to know that you have returned [to Japan] via the USSR and that the Kurodist degeneration appears so clearly that there is no longer any danger to the future of your organization.

I'm sending you a copy of my last letter, which probably got lost at your previous personal address.

There is for the moment nothing to say about French politics, which, during the entire month-long vacation of August, is practically suspended, as is all industrial life. In Algeria, the government repression against all Leftist opposition increases.

I think that we can soon send more documentation.


[1] French text of a letter [originally] sent in "basic English."

(Published in Guy Debord, Correspondance, Volume 2, 1960-1964. Footnote by Alice Debord. Translated from the French by NOT BORED! April 2005.)

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