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Author Winn, Peter, author

Title Weavers of revolution : the Yarur workers and Chile's road to socialism / Peter Winn
Published New York : Oxford University Press, 1986
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Description 1 online resource (xiv, 328 pages) : illustrations
Contents Introduction : A factory seized, a revolution transformed. Part I. Origins : Capital, labor, and the state. 1. Palestinians in the Promised Land -- 2. The making of the Old-timers -- 3. The Chilean road to socialism -- 4. El compañero presidente -- -- Part II. The workers organize. 5. Don Amador and the Youngsters -- The Youngsters start a movement -- 7. "¡Ganamos!" -- "we won!" -- 8. The empleados form a union -- 9. Toward revolution? -- -- Part III. Reform or revolution? 10. Signals for socialism -- 11. Why Yarur? -- -- Part IV. The workers liberate their factory. 12. Setting the stage -- 13. "We take the factory" -- 14. The compañeros confront their compañero presidente -- 15. "Day of liberation" -- -- Part V. Aftermath. 16. Ex-Yarur : socialism from below -- 17. The end of the democratic road -- 18. The death of a dream
Analysis Chile Santiago Cotton manufacturing industries: Yarur Manufacturas Chilenas de Algodón, 1970-1973
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 300-315)
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Subject Yarur Manufacturas Chilenas de Algodón.
Employee ownership -- Chile -- Santiago.
Socialism -- Chile.
Textile workers -- Chile.
Chile -- History -- 1970-1973.
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