A dispatch from an embattled worker-run factory in Buenos Aires, where a militant women’s committee has linked the fight in the factory to the broader feminist struggle beyond its doors.
Cinzia Arruzza is an associate professor of philosophy at the New School.
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The European Union fails refugees because it is structured to serve the needs of capital above all.
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