Radical Unionism

Radical Unionism
Title Radical Unionism PDF eBook
Author Ralph Darlington
Publisher
Pages 0
Release 2013
Genre Business & Economics
ISBN 9781608463305

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Traces the entwined international legacy of revolutionary syndicalism and the communist movement. --From publisher description.

Anarchism and Syndicalism in the Colonial and Postcolonial World, 1870-1940

Anarchism and Syndicalism in the Colonial and Postcolonial World, 1870-1940
Title Anarchism and Syndicalism in the Colonial and Postcolonial World, 1870-1940 PDF eBook
Author
Publisher BRILL
Pages 506
Release 2010-11-11
Genre History
ISBN 9004188487

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Before communism, anarchism and syndicalism were central to labour and the Left in the colonial and postcolonial world.Using studies from Africa,Asia, Eastern Europe, and Latin America, this groundbreaking volume examines the revolutionary libertarian Left's class politics and anti-colonialism in the first globalization and imperialism(1870/1930).

Anarcho-syndicalism

Anarcho-syndicalism
Title Anarcho-syndicalism PDF eBook
Author Rudolf Rocker
Publisher
Pages 180
Release 1947
Genre Anarchism
ISBN

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Anarcho-syndicalism in the 20th Century

Anarcho-syndicalism in the 20th Century
Title Anarcho-syndicalism in the 20th Century PDF eBook
Author Vadim Dam§e
Publisher
Pages 233
Release 2009
Genre History
ISBN 9780973782769

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Anarcho-syndicalism, a theory and practice of working class revolution, was developed not by scholars working in libraries but by the workers themselves. The anarcho-syndicalist movement of the 20th century extended to all the industrialized countries of the world and even agricultural regions. This was not a fringe phenomenon but involved millions of workers. Mainstream labor unions and social-democratic parties have become increasingly powerless to protect the gains of workers. In this situation, anarcho-syndicalism--the revolutionary, non-authoritarian alternative to reformism--is again on the agenda. This critical study of anarcho-syndicalism in the last century reveals a history of struggle which has often been neglected but holds many valuable lessons for the present.

Green Syndicalism

Green Syndicalism
Title Green Syndicalism PDF eBook
Author Jeff Shantz
Publisher Syracuse University Press
Pages 278
Release 2012-10-10
Genre Nature
ISBN 0815651880

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It is widely understood that the burdens of ecological destruction are borne disproportionately by working-class and poor communities, both through illness and disease caused by pollutants and through the depletion of natural resources from which they make a living. Yet, consistently, the voices of the working class are the most marginalized, excluded, and silenced when discussing how to address ecological concerns and protect the environment from future destruction. Both mainstream environmental groups, such as the Sierra Club and Greenpeace, and radical environmentalists, such as EarthFirst!, are reluctant to engage with working-class and poor communities, often viewing blue-collar workers as responsible for the destruction these groups are trying to prevent. In Green Syndicalism, Shantz issues a call to action to the environmental movement and labor activists, particularly rank and file workers, to join forces in a common struggle to protect the environment from capitalism, corporate greed, and the extraction of resources. He argues for a major transformation to address the "jobs versus the environment" rhetoric that divides these two groups along lines of race and class. Combining practical initiatives and theoretical perspectives, Shantz offers an approach that brings together radical ecology and revolutionary unionism in a promising vision of green politics. Green syndicalists work as coalitions to increase community-based economics and productive decision making that encourages the participation of all stakeholders in the process. Drawing, in part, on his own experiences growing up in a working-class family and organizing within radical ecology and labor movements, Shantz charts a path that accesses the commonalities between these groups in an effort to take on the forces that destroy the environment, exploit people, and harm their communities.

Syndicalism in France

Syndicalism in France
Title Syndicalism in France PDF eBook
Author J.R. Jennings
Publisher Springer
Pages 283
Release 1990-06-18
Genre Science
ISBN 1349088765

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An examination of syndicalist ideas in France from the 19th century until the 1960s. It looks at two groups of people: the militants who created and led the syndicalist movement at its height and the intellectuals who in the first decade of the 20th century outlined a distinct syndicalist ideology.

The Syndicalist Tradition and Italian Fascism

The Syndicalist Tradition and Italian Fascism
Title The Syndicalist Tradition and Italian Fascism PDF eBook
Author David D. Roberts
Publisher Manchester University Press
Pages 432
Release 1979
Genre Corporate state
ISBN 9780719007613

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