More Work! Less Pay! Rebellion and Repression in Italy, 1972-1977
Annotation In the mid-1970s, a long wave of contentious radicalism swept through Italy. Proletarian youth, metropolitan Indians, the area of Autonomy: a shifting galaxy of groups and movements practised new forms of activism. Factories and universities were occupied; rent and utility payments were w...
|Published:||Manchester : Manchester University Press March 2010 Gordonsville : Macmillan [Distributor]|
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- List of tables
- List of figures
- List of abbreviations
- 1. Introduction
- 2. The Hot Autumn and after: a cycle of contention reconsidered
- Innovation: 1966-8
- Diffusion: 1968-9
- Engagement: 1969-70
- Aftermath: 1971-3
- Towards a new repertoire: from defence to attack, 1969-72
- Analysing the aftermath: 'outbidding' and beyond
- A second cycle?
- 3. From Resistance to Historic Compromise: the politics of the PCI
- The PCI from Fascism to Liberation
- The PCI Left from Secchia to Ingrao
- The PCI and the first cycle
- The strange success of the Historic Compromise (1972-6)
- The Historic Compromise hits the rocks (1976-8)
- The Historic Compromise and the second cycle
- A sleeping gatekeeper?
- 4. From Feltrinelli to Moro: a second cycle of contention
- Autonomy, youth, armed struggle
- Innovation and disintegration: Lotta Continua, Potere Operaio and the armed struggle groups
- Autonomia emerges
- 'Won't pay!' Autonomia leaves the factories
- 'Time to rebel': the proletarian youth movement
- We have no choice: new armed groups
- From innovation to diffusion
- La Scala, la cacciata di Lama and the movement of 1977
- Violence and repression
- Ahead where? After the movement of 1977
- From Segrate to Bologna: a cycle in review
- 5. 'Repudiate all forms of intolerance': how the movements were framed
- Framing the news, framing disorder
- Framing the news, reading the frames
- 'Disconnected, irresponsible and provocative': framing the phase of innovation, 1972-3
- 'Typical fascist violence': framing the phase of diffusion, 1974-6
- 'A kind of homogeneous, impassable block': framing the phase of engagement, 1976-7
- Framing, engagement and the closing of the cycle
- 6. A cycle and its aftermath
- A cycle in review, 1: mass movements
- Into the aftermath, 1: mass movements
- A cycle in review, 2: 'armed struggle' groups
- Into the aftermath, 2: engaging with the armed struggle
- Into the aftermath, 3: the decline and fall of the PCI
- 7. Do you remember revolution?
- Memory, history, forgetting
- Closure: the PCI, the Historic Compromise and the end of the cycle
- No alternative?
- Invisibility and violence
- Coda: could it happen here?
- 8. Social movements and cycles of contention: theoretical appendix
- Social movements and framing processes
- Political opportunities
- Tarrow and the repertoire of contention
- Contenders and gatekeepers: a model
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