La Autonomía en la década de 1970.
Uncontrolled strikes, workers who hated the factory, young savages who practiced another language and other ways of life, feminism, counterculture, armed struggle, the Italy of the seventies was wild in almost all its expressions. The wave of '68 did not dissolve in a new generation of professional parties and politicians. In the following decade, a new movement swept through the Italian metropolises in order to establish a present communism, with no future or sacrifice. Made of autonomous practices, driven by a proliferating network of collectives, magazines, occupations and free radios, these autonomous struggles posed an incredible challenge to both Italian capitalism, as well as the traditional forms of communist organization and the antagonism of the twentieth century. Marcello Tarì recounts and analyzes in this book his brief history, although less like the historian concerned w...read more