anarcho-syndicalism

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an·ar·cho-syn·di·cal·ism

 (ăn-är′kō-sĭn′dĭ-kə-lĭz′əm)
n.
Syndicalism.

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anarcho-syndicalism

[ˌænəkəʊˈsɪndɪkəlɪzəm] Nanarco-, anarcosindicalismo m
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Of course, the relative merits of socialism--and Marxism, Maoism, anarchosyndicalism, you name it--have been debated in lefty journals and academic circles for a century or more.
This will bring bankruptcy for the business elite, the reversal of the enclosures and a pastoral life of anarchosyndicalism for all.
Therefore, the rich history of Argentinian anarchism still matters: this means that 'links could be drawn between the anarchosyndicalism around the turn of the twentieth century and more recent and current autonomous movements' (p37).
This is anarchocommunism or anarchosyndicalism whereby workers control the means of production, distribution and wealth collectively both in the workplace and community with full democracy.
His sympathy for the genuine proletarian nature of revolutionary syndicalism and anarchosyndicalism, as also stressed by Bertrand Russell (1918), clearly recalls Febvre's admiration for that 'son of the people', Proudhon.
The "postcolonial" part is solely about Latin America (the book was indeed born from a panel on "Anarchism and Anarchosyndicalism in the Global South: Latin America in Comparative Perspective" at the European Social Science History Conference in Amsterdam in 2006).
Keywords: Anarchism, social anarchism, black anarchism, anarcha-feminism, anarchosyndicalism, anti-jeremiad
(Most of our numskull state "criminal anarchosyndicalism" laws and loyalty oaths date from World War I.) The war strengthened statism in all respects and created a "know-nothing" mass base of hysterical "patriots," many of whom later flocked into the American Legion and the so-called Ku Klux Klan (KKK), which dated from 1915.