The smallest of revolutions


Land given to farmers, fair rents, ‘redistribution’ of groceries. For over 30 years, Mayor Sánchez Gordillo has been fighting on the barricades, leading a small town in Southern Spain towards utopia. There is no unemployment here; farmers, office employees and blue-collar workers all earn the same wage; decisions are made through direct participation and social equity is seen as the way to survive the crisis.

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