Towards a Revolutionary Subject?. Textile Workers in the Cordones Industriales in Chile, 1972-1973. Industrialisation in Chile and Argentina between 1930s and 1970s Focus on comparison of metalworking and automobile industry in Argentina and textile industry in Chile
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Textile Workers in the Cordones Industriales in Chile, 1972-1973
Organisations of and around factory occupations, mainly in Santiago – worker self-managed industrial districts
Large firms, e.g. Sumar, Yarur, Sedamor & Hirmas, were amongst the first to be nationalised
Origins of Chilean working class in the mining sectors of the North – ideological and material dissemination
Radical ideas disseminated from earliest formation of the textile industry in Chile – silk workers strikes of 1930s
New relations in and of production, explicitly aimed to extend beyond the limits imposed by the state