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Continuities, Scope, and Limitations of the Argentine Piquetero Movement: The Cases of Tartagal and Mosconi

Benclowicz, José Daniel

Latin American Perspectives, January 2011, Vol.38(1), pp.74-87 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Continuities, Scope, and Limitations of the Argentine Piquetero Movement: The Cases of Tartagal and Mosconi
  • Autor: Benclowicz, José Daniel
  • Assuntos: Unemployed ; Piqueteros ; Left ; Social Struggles ; Neoliberalism ; Social Sciences (General) ; History & Archaeology ; Political Science
  • É parte de: Latin American Perspectives, January 2011, Vol.38(1), pp.74-87
  • Descrição: Study of the unemployed workers’ movement in Tartagal and Mosconi, Argentina, shows significant continuities between the piquetero organizations there and the militant unions of the past. In the new context characterized by massive unemployment, leaders who had left-wing union or political experience led and developed protest movements that can be framed in terms of capital-labor conflict. Grassroots activists without previous experience in organizing collective action learned from their participation in the struggle.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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