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autogestion

autogestion
 n.— «The ideas of worker ownership and worker self-management (also known as autogestion) are hardly new or even unusual; there are hundreds of such places in Latin America, thousands across the world, and they even enjoyed something of a vogue in the US in the latter 1970s.» —“Si, se puede!” by LarryE Lotus – Surviving a Dark Time Dec. 11, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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