Item description for Sin Patrón: Stories from Argentina's Worker-Run Factories by Lavaca Collective, Naomi Klein, Avi Lewis, Katherine Kohlstedt, Jonas Gahr Store, Carl Bildt, Open University & B. Teissier...
The worker-run factories of Argentina offer an inspirational example of a struggle for social change that has achieved a real victory against corporate globalization.
Lavaca is an Argentine editorial and activist collective. Naomi Klein is an award-winning journalist and author of No Logo.Avi Lewis is an author and filmmaker. Klein and Lewis co-produced The Take, a film about Argentina's occupied factories.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 5.25" Height: 8" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2007
Publisher Haymarket Books
ISBN 1931859434 ISBN13 9781931859431
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Reviews - What do customers think about Sin Patrón: Stories from Argentina's Worker-Run Factories?
Great book!!!! Aug 5, 2008
This book is a series of essays by various people in the workers' movement in Argentina. Some are better than others, but they all come together to give you a clear idea of what is going on. It is so heartening to see the workers, slowly but surely, winning their dignity and right to work to support themselves. The introduction is by Naomi Klein and Avi Lewis, who made a documentary of the workers' movement called The Take. If you can find a copy of that, watch it too! The book is an easy read -- I was so entranced I went through it pretty fast because I couldn't stop reading it.
Wave of the future? Mar 18, 2008
This book takes no particular ideological stands, but presents a phenomenon unique to Argentina(for now, I hope) which presents a promise to be an antidote to "free"-market globalism.