“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.
Thanks so much for posting
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
No worries, jus' chilling
No worries, jus' chilling after the Donny game. I don't know how you do it tbh.
wojtek wrote: No worries,
I would put it down primarily to doing it in order to procrastinate about things I do really need to do in life.
The following essays were
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.