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This article is about the '68 trade union movement. It discusses how it was able to structure itself despite the intense repression that took place after 64's Coup. Forming small factory groups, these workers made opposition to the oficial unionism and organized important fights. Some of them organized strikes that had an importante meaning to the leftists at the time. The trade union movement that emerges in the 80's, therefore, hasn´t come out of nowhere.doaj:183d3771d0094a3ab4c0d62134da349d fatcat:upvve6zbnvf3fisl477fa6sbia