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One hundred years of workers' solidarity : The history of “Solidaridad Obrera”

Solidaridad Obrera - diary of the revolution

“Solidaridad Obrera” (Workers’ Solidarity), founded in Barcelona in 1907, is the voice of Spain’s Anarcho-syndicalist Confederacion Nacional del Trabajo (CNT: National Confederation of Labour). The following essays were issued to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of “Soli” and together they illustrate the changing fortunes of the Anarcho-syndicalist movement, and its enduring attempt to communicate the anarchist idea. Translated by Paul Sharkey.

From http://www.katesharpleylibrary.net/h44jww

Comments

Steven.
Aug 20 2013 22:59

Thanks so much for posting this! I am flat out trying to get through Solidarity stuff at the moment so not really got time for anything else (apart from OCRing Strike! in my spare spare time…)

PS I added in the crediting link to Kate Sharpley library who put this excellent text online

wojtek
Aug 20 2013 23:04

No worries, jus' chilling after the Donny game. I don't know how you do it tbh.

Steven.
Aug 21 2013 08:06
wojtek wrote:
No worries, jus' chilling after the Donny game. T don't know how you do it tbh.

I would put it down primarily to doing it in order to procrastinate about things I do really need to do in life.

nedalong
Nov 15 2013 07:45

The following essays were issued to celebrate the hundredth day of “Soli” and along they illustrate the dynamic fortunes of the Anarcho-syndicalist movement, and its enduring conceive to communicate the syndicalist plan. Translated by Paul Sharkey.