Worker Control

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This article traces the political and organisational origins of the Worker Control practice and theory in the South African labour movement from the early 1970’s, finds that it is under serious threat of extinction in the 90’s and makes a number of proposals towards reviving and sustaining the policy under current conditions.

 

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