(59) Interviews were conducted with Dita Indah Sari, the Head of FNPBI
, Reindhardt Sirait, an activist of LMND, and Yacob Nowa Wea, the Head of FSPSI on 13 November 2000, 20 December 2000, and 20 January 2001, all of which took place in Jakarta.
The Landless Workers Movement (MST) in Brazil which has settled five hundred thousand families on land seized through occupations; the independent and democratic unions which have spearheaded opposition in Zimbabwe; the Intersindical in Mexico which, inspired by the Zapatista uprising, was launched to bring together independent unions, workers' co-ops, rank and file union opposition groups, community organizations, and leftist parties into a common front; the recently formed Indonesian Front for Labor Struggles (FNPBI) which has united democratic and militant workers' organizations in that country - all these movements and more are signs of the new forms of class struggle and class organization emerging at the millennium.
127-41; and for background on Indonesia and East Asia see McNally, "Globalization on Trial." The formation of the FNPBI is discussed by Max Lane, "Indonesia: National workers' organisation formed," Green Left Weekly, May 25, 1999.