I am curious how north american anarcho-syndicalists think this would apply to our conditions. I recognize and understand the euopean context (Spain-France-Italy-Sweden). But I am curious as to how analogous, if at all, this would be for the US and Canada. To a large extent, this is the crux of the divisions within the international anarcho-syndicalist movement.
Please, no flaming or name calling. This is a serious question and I'd like to see a serious discussion.
Section D of the IWA GOALS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE I.W.A. ( IV. ) reads, in part, that
"Revolutionary Unionism rejects the class collaboration that is characterized by the participation in committees organized under state corporate schemes (for example, in union elections for enterprise committees) and by the acceptance of subsidies, paid union professionals and other practices that can spoil the anarchosyndicalism." http://www.iwa-ait.org/statutes.html