A collection of articles, including the title piece, about the formation of the International Workers' Association, concurrent with the development of an anarchosyndicalist movement distinct from its revolutionary syndicalist origins.
* From revolutionary syndicalism to anarchosyndicalism: The birth of the International Workers Association (IWA) in Berlin, 1922
* AIT-IWA’s founding congress twice interrupted by German police.
* Emma Goldman, witness of the AIT-IWA founding Congress.
* MPT Acharya : from Indian nationalism to anarchosyndicalism.
* Kropotkin and the rebuilding of the International Workers Association
* “Sanya” Schapiro, a forgotten figure but instrumental in the birth of the AIT