I'm curious how different US anarcho-syndicalists (and those closest to anarcho-syndicalism) see their activities and roles today. That is, what sort of organization(s) and what sort of organizational relevancy foot their bill? Or what sort of explicitly anarcho-syndicalist organization would they like to see?
What would an explicitly anarcho-syndicalist organization mean and do? That is, an organization of like minded militants/activists/organizers coming together around general anarcho-syndicalist principles
to issue topical and other libertarian literature and help develop and enhance their work in a variety of worker, social and community struggles.
What would it look like? How would it function? Given the diversity of activist efforts here in the US/Canada, can an explicitly anarcho-syndicalist organization be more like a "propaganda" organization? A union? A combo of propaganda and union-like functions? Something else? Or must its sole and defining role be something else?