Classe e Partito - Supplement, March 1967

Supplement to Classe e Partito, the Italian youth-oriented workerist journal released in 1966.

Classe e Partito - Nov. 1966

Italian journal 'Classe e Partito' edited by Franco Piperno, Asor Rosa and others.

Classe e Partito - Nov. 1966

Italian journal 'Classe e Partito' edited by Franco Piperno, Asor Rosa and others.

Cronache Operaie - Oct 1963

Italian operaismo publication associated with Quaderni Rossi.

Gatto Selvaggio - Giornale di lotta degli operai della Fiat e della Lancia (1963)

1963 Italian paper distributed to factory workers with a rough English translation of "Wild Cat: Journal of Struggle of the Workers of Fiat and Lancia". The paper was associated with Alquati and Romolo Gobbi, whose name and contact information are attached to it. The paper, with a lead article on sabotage, caused significant controversy. Following its publication, Gobbl received a 10 month suspended sentence for promoting sabotage in its pages.

Introductory Note to "Classe Operaia" Anthology - Antonio Negri

Introductory note (in Italian) by Antonio Negri to the 1979 anthology of Classe Operaia.

The Magneti Marelli Workers Committee - the "Red Guard" tells its story (Milan, 1975-78) - Emilio Mentasti

The Magneti Marelli Workers Committee - front cover

This remarkable book about one of the high points of workers' struggles in Italy (and the world) in the 1960s and '70s is now available in English.

I'm making it available here in mobi and epub formats, so you should be able to read it on most electronic devices.

A paper copy of this book can be obtained from the publisher, Autonomedia/Minor Compositions:
And a fine paper copy it is! Nicely layed out and on good quality paper... And there's a free PDF for you to download too.

The Introduction to the English Edition is below.

Class Consciousness and Working Class Emancipation

Discussion with the Angry Workers of the World (AWW)




Transnational radicals: labour dissent and political activism in Detroit and Turin (1950–1970) - Nicola Pizzolato

Investigates the entangled histories of radical auto-workers in Detroit and Turin who challenged capital, the state and the unions, and instead emphasized the importance of autonomous workers' struggle at the point of production for the destruction of capitalism. The article looks at the relations between black auto-workers of the Dodge Revolutionary Union Movement/League of Revolutionary Black Workers and the auto-workers, and workerist [operaismo] current in Italy.