CNT

The CNT in the IT Sector

An appeal by the Spanish anarcho-syndicalist union, CNT-AIT, to those in the IT sector.

Basic anarcho-syndicalism

This is an excerpt from a pamphlet by CNT Seville called Anarcosindicalismo: Basico. The pamphlet is a training manual for new union members, to help them understand the CNT and how it functions.

Attention: New definitions of anarcho-syndicalism - Juan Gómez Casas

Article written in 1983 for Solidaridad Obrera, #128

On the Line: Volume 1, Number 1 (1978)

We Will Win

First issue of the Libertarian Workers Group's agitational newsletter.

Spain: It's our moment: May the occupations and disobedience continue!

Graphic produced by one of our users illustrating the occupations

A statement by the anarchosyndicalist CNT of Spain on the May protests and occupations which have swept the country.

International Statement of Solidarity With Cuban Anti-Authoritarians: You Are Not Alone

Statement in support of Cuban Anti-Authoritarian/Horizontalist organizers, workers, activists, artists, musicians y mas in Cuba. Scroll down to see current list of endorsements and the original statement in Spanish.

What is the CNT?

English translation of ¿Qué es la CNT? introduction to the Spanish anarcho-syndicalist union the CNT-AIT.

Class, culture and conflict in Barcelona, 1898-1937 - Chris Ealham

Workers' barricade in revolutionary Barcelona

This is a study of social protest and repression in one of the twentieth century's most important revolutionary hotspots. It explains why Barcelona became the undisputed capital of the European anarchist movement and explores the sources of anarchist power in the city. It also places Barcelona at the center of Spain's economic, social, cultural and political life during 1898-1937.

CNT Solidarity With Madison

Statement of solidarity with Wisconsin workers from the CNT-AIT, a Spanish anarcho-syndicalist union.

Second thoughts on revolutionary syndicalism - Marcel van der Linden

An academic article discussing what defines revolutionary syndicalism and the reasons for its decline since the early 20th century.