The libertarian communist author who wrote under the name Maurice Brinton has an eyewitness account that is included in the AK title For Workers' Power edit: I just revisited For Workers' Power, and it has three articles on France in '68, one of which is a review of the book Obsolete Communism: The Left-Wing Alternative https://libcom.org/files/Obsolete%20Communism%20-%20The%20left-wing%20alternative%20-%20Daniel%20Cohn-Bendit%20&%20Gabriel%20Cohn-Bendit.pdf by Daniel and Gabriel Cohn-Bendit. I've never read Obsolete Communism, but Daniel Cohn-Bendit is now some sort of European politician. The first-hand account I recalled was of a strike in Belgium, 1960. Sorry this corrective comes so long after the original comment.Ken Knabb's collection Situationist International Anthology includes documents from the period as well. Fredy Perlman was there, and (maybe?) wrote about it, but I've never read that....Also, Bookchin wrote a bit about it, I think it is in Anarchism, Marxism, and the Future of the Left, I read it a long time ago, I don't recall what I thought of it (nor would I have had any historic context to juxtapose it to).Hope these are helpful starts!