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by Ian Clegg
An investigation of the rise and fall of worker's councils in the Algerian revolution.
An investigation of the rise and fall of worker's councils in the Algerian revolution. An investigation of the rise and fall of worker's councils in the Algerian revolution.
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Workers’ Self Management in Algeria Ian Clegg
Workers’ Self Management in Algeria Ian Clegg. Ian Clegg’ s book is very much alive to the difficulties of his subject; he registers most of the problems of underdevelopment and bureaucratisation, as well as the relation between them, with great sensitivity. Which makes his lack of a unifying theoretical framework all the more noticeable and regrettable. He has produced a very scholarly, but very.
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In some variants, all the worker-members manage the enterprise directly through assemblies; in other forms, workers exercise management functions indirectly through the election of specialist managers. It is a key component of libertarian socialist philosophy, particularly syndicalism.