Argentina

La medicina social en el futuro

Un capitalo desde el libro Socialización de la Medicina: Estructurando una nueva sanidad (1934). Doctor Juan Lazarte era un medico argentino y militante de la FORA y FACA y mas tarde FLA. Sus obras en medicina era muy avanzados en su tiempo y es mas critico que medicina social contemporáneo en sus preguntas sobre transformación revolucionaria y su relación a sanidad en capitalismo.

The Anarchist Expropriators by Osvaldo Bayer [Review]

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Brief review of Osvaldo Bayer's account of Argentina's anarchist expropriators of the 1920s and 1930s.

The Cordobazo, 1969, photo gallery

Photo gallery from the 1969 Cordobazo, which saw students and workers take part in a series of strikes, riots and demonstrations in a general uprising against the dictatorship of General Juan Carlos Onganía

Argentine police break up bus drivers’ protest action

Police attack demonstrators supporting bus drivers of Buenos Aires line #60

Argentine National Police attacked a demonstration in support of locked-out bus drivers in the Buenos Aires region on July 27 2015, injuring at least 18 people.

Interview with Cuadernos de Negación

"They all must go: government of the workers and community assemblies".

English translation of a written interview with Argentinian communist group, Cuadernos de Negación (Negation Notebooks), discussing the recent history of the country's workers' movement, including the 1969 Cordobazo and the 2001 uprising, and prospectives for the future.

Beating back the bureaucrats - Jonathan Payn

An article by Jonathan Payn that focuses mostly on a recent initiative called Bloque Sindical de Base in Argentina.

'Clasismo' and the workers: 'Sindicalismo de Liberacion' in the Cordoban automobile industry, 1970-1975 - James P. Brennan

An in-depth study of radicalism in the Cordoban car manufacturing industry, with focus on the activities and fortunes on the revolutionary clasismo movement.

Complexities of Autonomy: Part Three of Four

A brief look at Latin American autonomous movements and their contradictions, third part of a four part overview of autonomous movements

Workers of self-managed factories meet in Marseille for the “Workers' Economy” international meeting

This first European edition of the “Workers' Economy” gathering brought together workers of self-managed occupied factories from around Europe with academics, activists, trade unions, and organizations that promote and study self-management.

Revolutionary preparation: an excerpt from the FORA

This article is a translated excerpt from Santillan's history of the FORA named the FORA: ideology and trajectory of the revolutionary workers movement in Argentina. It forms the concluding portion of the 20th Chapter, where Santillan explore the task of revolutionary preparation and its relation to daily struggles.