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anarcho-syndicalism

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun Syndicalism.

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  • noun A branch or field of anarchy that focuses on the abolition of capitalism.

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[anarch(y) + syndicalism.]

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anarcho- +‎ syndicalism

Examples

  • Build the general strike anarcho-syndicalism and bikes forever!

    BSNYC Friday Anarcho-Syndicalist Commune!

  • I considered radical democracy and radical decentralism to limit its growth and begin its dismantling; however, when I encountered anarcho-syndicalism, I started considering alternatives which separated economic and political power.

    Direct action gets the goods

  • Back to the article, in the beginning when he was purely involved in anarcho-syndicalism Erik Foreman was inclined to go all red-faced Iain McKay at the very notion of market exchange much less the SLV.

    Direct action gets the goods

  • She was one of the militant Jewish anarchists who were inspired by the ideas of the Wobblies (International Workers of the World) and the upsurge of anarcho-syndicalism starting in 1905 and continuing through the period of World War I.

    Anarchists, American Jewish women.

  • The causes they have killed for have ranged from the noble (Brown) to the nefarious to the outright deranged (Kaczynski), and their inspiration has ranged from the purely domestic to imitations of foreign movements like anarcho-syndicalism or Islamism.

    Bill Ayers’ Revenge: The Left’s Crocodile Tears on Domestic Terrorism - Dan_McLaughlin’s blog - RedState

  • Critical of the American capitalist system and big business, as a libertarian socialist he sympathizes with anarcho-syndicalism and is highly critical of Leninist branches of socialism.

    Untouchable Spring .... అంటరాని వసంతం

  • Critical of the American capitalist system and big business, as a libertarian socialist he sympathizes with anarcho-syndicalism and is highly critical of Leninist branches of socialism.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • There is one way of telling the story of twentieth-century socialism which could present it as a battle between the Webbs and the Morrises - that is, the Sydney and Beatrice Webb model (the Fabian model in its early days) of highly controlled social provision: and that other tradition (a little more anarchic) looking back to William Morris and his circle, which was far more about agency, creativity and at times anarchy, or 'anarcho-syndicalism'.

    Archbishop's lecture celebrating 60th Anniversary of the William Temple Foundation

  • Political philosophies commonly described as libertarian socialist include: most varieties of anarchism especially anarchist communism, anarchist collectivism, anarcho-syndicalism, some forms of mutualism, some forms of individualist anarchism, social ecology, and council communism.

    Decentralist socialism

  • One of the immediate and urgent challenges the national democratic revolution faces is to defeat the resurgence of the workerist tendency, historically known as anarcho-syndicalism.

    ANC Today

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