Sin Patrón: Stories from Argentina's Worker-run Factories : the Lavaca Collective
Haymarket Books, 2007 - History - 243 pages
The inside story of Argentina's remarkable movement to create factories run democratically by workers themselves. The worker-run factories of Argentina offer an inspirational example of a struggle for social change that has achieved a real victory against corporate globalisation. Lavaca is an Argentine editorial and activist collective. The writer of the foreword, Naomi Klein, is an award-winning journalist and author of No Logo. Avi Lewis is an author and filmmaker. Klein and Lewis coproduced The Take, a film about Argentina's occupied factories.
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Foreword by Naomi Klein and Avi Lewis
Workers of Another Class
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