Women's Liberation and Worker's Autonomy in Turin and Milan

The travel diary of American feminist writer Ellen Cantarow from her 1972 trip to Italy. Addresses the emergence of a women's liberation movement in Italy, the relationship between the extra-parlimentary left, autonomia, and the women's movement, the relationship between white collar workers and blue collar workers in factory organizing, rank and file insurgency and union repression, the Lotta Continua "Take the City" campaign, and the general political climate. From the journal "Liberation".

Submitted by scottydont on October 25, 2010