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L'autogestion, une idée toujours neuve

category north america / mexico | history | press release author Tuesday May 17, 2005 04:32author by NEFAC - NEFACauthor email nefacquebec at yahoo dot ca Report this post to the editors

UNE COÉDITION AL-NEFAC: Semer de l’utopie pour récolter du réel

Qu’est-ce que l’autogestion ? Que nous apprennent les expériences passées et présentes ? À quelles conditions peuvent-elles contribuer à la transformation sociale ?

Alternative libertaire et la Fédération des communistes libertaires du Nord-Est (Nefac, États-Unis et Canada) viennent de coéditer un livre qui, sans prétendre être exhaustif, donne un aperçu des réalisations, des limites et des possibilités offertes par l’autogestion, que ce soit dans une période révolutionnaire (Russie 1917, Espagne 1936) ou dans la réalité des luttes ouvrières actuelles (Lip 1973, Chiapas 1994, Argentine 2001, Québec 2003...).

Avec des analyses de Daniel Guérin, Franck Mintz, Charles Piaget, et de militant(e)s communistes libertaires et anarcho-syndicalistes du Canada, d’Italie, de France, d’Espagne, d’Argentine, de Suisse... présentés par Laurent Esquerre (Alternative libertaire, France) et Michel Nestor (Nefac, Québec).

L’autogestion : sans elle aucun projet émancipateur n’est viable. Aussi le prix du livre a-t-il délibérément été placé assez bas pour permettre une large diffusion de cette « idée toujours neuve ». Les capitalistes ont besoin des travailleur(se)s, les travailleur(se)s n’ont pas besoin des capitalistes !

AL/Nefac, L’Autogestion, une idée toujours neuve, 72 pages, 5 euros/7,85 $ canadiens.

Écrire à nefacquebec@yahoo.ca pour commander une copie.

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