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By V Damier, V Dame

Anarcho-syndicalism, a concept and perform of operating classification revolution, was once constructed now not by way of students operating in libraries yet by way of the employees themselves. The anarcho-syndicalist stream of the twentieth century prolonged to the entire industrialized international locations of the realm or even agricultural areas. This used to be now not a perimeter phenomenon yet concerned hundreds of thousands of staff. Mainstream exertions unions and social-democratic events became more and more powerless to guard the earnings of staff. during this state of affairs, anarcho-syndicalismathe innovative, non-authoritarian substitute to reformismais back at the schedule. This serious research of anarcho-syndicalism within the final century unearths a background of fight which has usually been missed yet holds many useful classes for the current.

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48 E. López Arango and D. Abad de Santillan, op. , pp. 20-21. 49 F. Pintos, Профсоюзное движение в Уругвае [The Labour Union Movement in Uruguay] (Moscow, 1964); C. Zubillaga and J. Balbis, Historia del movimiento sindical uruguaya (Montevideo, 1984).  $QDUFKRV\QGLFDOLVP LQ WKH WK &HQWXU\ also served as a model for the Regional Workers’ Central of Paraguay, founded in 1916. [50] Mexican anarchists were involved in founding the first association of the country’s labour unions – the Great Circle of Mexican Workers (GCOM) in 1870.

45 Brandenburgisches Landeshauptarchiv (eh. Staatsarchiv Potsdam). Pr. Br. Rep. A, Nr. 24: Die Anarchistische Internationale. 1908-1915. (15644), Bl. 14,16. ” The activity of the federation soon spread to the whole of Catalonia – the most developed industrial region of the country. In 1909 the federation was able to conduct a general strike in Barcelona in protest against the colonial war in Morocco, a strike which was cruelly suppressed by troops (the “Tragic Week”). Analogous organizations began to spring up in other regions.

64 A. Paz, Durruti: Leben und Tode des spanischen Anarchisten (Hamburg, 1993), pp. 21-25.  $QDUFKRV\QGLFDOLVP LQ WKH WK &HQWXU\ strike was discussed. [66] The inability of workers’ organizations to prevent World War I, the impotence of “neutral” syndicalism, and the increase in revolutionary sentiments among the labouring masses made changes in the syndicalist movement itself all the more urgent. “The Great War swept away neutral syndicalism,” noted A. [67] To many activists it became clear that syndicalism by itself was insufficient, that it was necessary to combine the self-organized workers’ movement with direct action animated by clear revolutionary ideas.

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