Worker Control In Argentina – Zanon: How it Was Done

This article is inspiring on many fronts. First, because of the length of time of this occupation, but also because of the outreach and planning involved. Unlike workers in the United States, these workers understood that to survive they had to create alliances with the unemployed and with students. In addition, they reorganized the workplace to include sales and press outreach. Lastly, although a ceramics factory, they have developed plans for public works to expand into areas far beyond what they themselves have produced.

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About Barbara MacLean

Barbara MacLean has worked as an academic and career counselor at California State University, East Bay (CSUEB), Merritt and West Valley Colleges and as a career counselor and manager of the Oakland One Stop Career Center, a public career and jobs center in partnership with EDD. She is a co-founder and editor of Planning Beyond Capitalism.

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