I'm lying I know what the WSA's about, or atleast I've read the articles and papers. I have some more specific questions.
I have a vague sense of the activities the WSA participates, but only a vague sense. I know some people had a role in the attempt at coordinating payment refusal and transit job action in the bay area, and I know people in the WSA write articles calling for various things. Are there other organizational activities or areas of focus that members actively pursue, or is it more diffuse?
Also I haven't figured out what the WSA position is on anarchosyndicalist unions in the US (as in forming/building one). From what I've read it sounds like the WSA supports organizing within and outside unions, but I don't know so much about the outside union parts of the WSA. I'm not sure how any of this fits in with the IWA/IWW stuff, but I remember hearing there was some battle about that a long time ago.