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Bread Freedom Social Justice Workers and the Egyptian

Accounts of the 'Arab Spring' have often focussed on the role of youth coalitions the use of social media and the tactics of the Tahrir Square occupation This authoritative and original book argues that collective action by organised workers played a fundamental role in the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions which were themselves the inevitable consequence to several years of strikes including localised revolts in Tunisia's phosphate mines and Egypt's textile mills dress rehearsals for the 2011 revolutions Strikes in the last few days of the Ben Ali and Mubarak regimes were a crucial factor in their removal from power and the lack of organised workers in Syria the authors argue explains why regime change has taken so much longer and the continuation of these unprecedented workers movements pose a serious challenge to a neo liberal version of post revolutionary stability which will have repercussions across the regionAccounts of the 'Arab Spring' have often focussed on the role of youth coalitions the use of social media and the tactics of the Tahrir Square occupation This authoritative and original book argues that collective action by organised workers played a fundamental role in the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions which were themselves the inevitable consequence to several years of strikes including localised revolts in Tunisia's phosphate mines and Egypt's textile mills dress rehearsals for the 2011 revolutions Strikes in the last few days of the Ben Ali and Mubarak regimes were a crucial factor in their removal from power and the lack of organised workers in Syria the authors argue explains why regime change has taken so much longer and the continuation of these unprecedented workers movements pose a serious challenge to a neo liberal version of post revolutionary stability which will have repercussions across the regionAccounts of the 'Arab Spring' have often focussed on the role of youth coalitions the use of social media and the tactics of the Tahrir Square occupation This authoritative and original book argues that collective action by organised workers played a fundamental role in the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions which were themselves the inevitable consequence to several years of strikes including localised revolts in Tunisia's phosphate mines and Egypt's textile mills dress rehearsals for the 2011 revolutions Strikes in the last few days of the Ben Ali and Mubarak regimes were a crucial factor in their removal from power and the lack of organised workers in Syria the authors argue explains why regime change has taken so much longer and the continuation of these unprecedented workers movements pose a serious challenge to a neo liberal version of post revolutionary stability which will have repercussions across the region