anarcho-syndicalism

Anarkismen - Stig Dagerman

Av Stig Dagerman.
Från sid 28-32 i Stig Dagerman och syndikalismen.
Texten publicerades ursprungligen i "40-tals" februarinummer 1946, återgivet under ovanstående rubrik i Arbetaren 9 mars 1946, alltså artikeln som i det föregående omtalats med rubriken "Min syn på anarkismen".

Direct Action #10 (1982)

Issue #10 of Direct Action, with articles on asbestos, the police, union notes, Militant (now the Socialist Party), the formation of a new anti-militarist network, Arthur Scargill, the principles of revolutionary syndicalism, nuclear weapons in the Falklands, DAM support for a hospital workers' dispute, the Spartacist League, a plug for the French anarchist Radio Libertaire and the newly-launched US publication Ideas & Action, and more.

Workers’ Control and the Wage System (Ideas: What is Anarcho-Syndicalism?)

When we declare our opposition to reformism, we do not mean that we oppose reforms, and obviously any crumb is better than no bread at all.

Direct Action: Paper of the Direct Action Movement (1980s)

An incomplete archive of Direct Action, a paper produced by the Direct Action Movement. Taken from the excellent collection at the Sparrow's Nest.

Angel Pestaña. Trade-union and political movement in Spain (1920)

Second article of Angel Pestana, which was write when he came to Moscow to the Second congress of Comintern. And which was published in Moscow bolshevik's newspaper "Pravda".

Angel Pestaña. Women’s Movement in Spain (1920)

That's one of the articles of Angel Pestana, which was write when he came to Moscow to the Second congress of Comintern. And which was published in Moscow bolshevik's newspaper "Pravda".

Towards a Fresh Revolution - Audiobook

Audiobook version of the pamphlet Towards a Fresh Revolution, published by the Friends of Durruti group during the Spanish Civil War.

In Defense of A/S: Centralism and Decentralism

discussing the Anarcho-syndicalist approach to centralism

Syndicalism and Authority - Pierre Besnard

Cartoon of Pierre Besnard

French anarcho-syndicalist Pierre Besnard's exposition of the libertarian nature of anarcho-syndicalism, or as he refers to it, federalist syndicalism. Besnard deals with potential anti-organisationalist criticisms by elaborating how these free syndicates are formed, and how decisions are made within them, making clear that syndicalism is not something totally new to humans, but is merely, in a sense, a new expression of the universal, primordial tendency towards co-operation. Note: the translator is an amateur, so please forgive any errors.

In Defense Of A/S: Unionism

A defense of labor unions in Anarcho-syndicalist revolutionary strategy