Trials of/in greece

Greece lived, on the 26th of september, another one day general strike, the first faced by the new government, and one of many that has marked Greece's recent history.  A question arises: of what value are one day general strikes?  Must one not move towards an indefinite general strike and broaden the notion of the strike to include every facet of social life?

News from libcom.org

Ross Domoney continues to chronicle cinematographically greece's passage through the violence of Capital with great sensitivity and care, and lucidity …

And the plight of immigrants … Khalid, by Giannis Tsikiridis …

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