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  1. The weakness of syndicalism is rooted in its view of why workers are tied to capitalism, and its view of what is necessary to make the revolution. Spain in /7 represented the highest point in anarcho-syndicalist organisation and achievement.
  2. Anarcho-Syndicalism / Anarchism / Libertarian Socialism It is a system of economic organization in which industries and companies are owned and managed by the workers. FUCK the bosses.
  3. Anarcho-Syndicalism is sometimes held to be a particular theory as to how an Anarchist society should be organised, that is, through unions or syndicates. Some regard it as a faction counterposed to other forms of Anarchism, or even as a political ideology completely separate from Anarchism. In my view these are all mistakes.
  4. The Relevance of Anarcho-syndicalism Noam Chomsky interviewed by Peter Jay The Jay Interview, July 25, QUESTION: Professor Chomsky, perhaps we should start by trying to define what is not meant by anarchism — the word anarchy is derived, after all, from the Greek, literally meaning “no government.”.
  5. Oct 12,  · Anarcho-syndicalism is one of the major forms of social anarchism. The idea behind anarcho-syndicalism is to combine the economic methods of syndicalism with the revolutionary politics of stevsurcecoghulolaxnazoremether.coinfo leads anarcho-syndicalists to be involved in everything from small propaganda groups to mass revolutionary unions, always organised according to .
  6. May 01,  · Anarcho-Syndicalist Review is an independent syndicalist magazine, published since May 1, (originally as Libertarian Labor Review). ASR is an independent forum for non-sectarian, critical, informed and constructive discussion of anarcho-syndicalist theory and practice. We are not affiliated with any organization.
  7. Jan 03,  · Anarcho-syndicalism is a revolutionary strategy which struggles for the emancipation of the workers gathered in revolutionary unions, and takes as its goal the establishment of anarchist communism (or collectivism) through class war. The two movements are then not really opposed but complementary and both necessary for the revolutionary.
  8. Jan 25,  · Here's where the "syndicalism" part of "anarcho-syndicalism" comes in. Chomsky and others in his school of thinking argue that capitalism is inherently exploitative and dangerous: a worker rents.
  9. Anarcho-syndicalism holds that workers should take direct action to get better conditions at work and gain social and political reforms, while always focused on revolution and workers’ control as their ultimate goal. An example of this in practice would be the Spanish CNT (National Confederation of Labour) striking for the release of.

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