Book by Nicola Pizzolato on workers' struggles in Detroit and Turin, both sites of significant political and social upheaval. This comparative and transnational study examines the political and theoretical developments that emerged in these two "motor cities" among activist workers and political militants during these decades, and the connections that developed between workers in Detroit and Turin.
- The Making and Unmaking of Fordism
- The “American Model” in Turin
- The Cities of Discontent
- A Global Struggle in a Local Context
- Conclusion: Two Different Paths