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Samodeyatelnost. 3 3. Autogestion. ” Versions of autogestion appeared in the Israeli kibbutzim and among trade unionists in Tito’s Yugoslavia, as well as in Peru and Algeria. ”4 In this international context, Thompson and Zinn functioned as what Antonio Gramsci termed “organic intellectuals,” who combined theory and practice in a manner atypical among full-time academics. The same was true of others like Stan Weir (who worked as a sailor, as a longshoreman, and on an assembly line before helping to create a small publishing house, Singlejack Books), Marty Glaberman (who, after years of working in automobile plants, wrote a book on wildcat strikes during World War II and became a distributor of the writings of C.
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