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anarcho-syndicalist

Definitions

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  • adjective Of, supporting, relating to, or advocating anarcho-syndicalism.
  • noun A person who advocates anarcho-syndicalism.

Etymologies

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anarcho- +‎ syndicalist

Examples

  • He joined the ill-fated 1917 anarcho-syndicalist uprising in Barcelona and then, at the age of 29, finally saw his ancestral homeland, arriving in St. Petersburg in 1919 to enlist with the Reds in Russia's civil war.

    The Revolutionary Novelist

  • The union drew its philosophical principles from the anarcho-syndicalist labor movement of nineteenth-century revolutionary Europe.

    Colossus

  • And what will happen is not some anarcho-syndicalist commune of happy writers doing all their own work.

    The End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)

  • The union drew its philosophical principles from the anarcho-syndicalist labor movement of nineteenth-century revolutionary Europe.

    Colossus

  • Punk House: communal homes of the anarcho-syndicalist lifestyle

    Boing Boing

  • Indie being… well… not anarcho-syndicalist punk or Wiccan emo kid, you know?

    War of All Against All: Realism vs Fabulism? Er, No…

  • Chomsky may be an expert in the field of linguistics, but that doesn't bring any additional credibility to his anarcho-syndicalist political views.

    Sowell's A Conflict of Visions, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • As readers will know, B-BBC is an anarcho-syndicalist commune aka a broad church, and some of my fellow contributors - like David, above - are firmly of the opinion that the Corporation should be abolished and 'the market decide'.

    Archive 2009-08-28

  • I suppose you live in an anarcho-syndicalist commune & think property is immoral?

    Matthew Yglesias » Age and the War

  • Over the fledgling shouts of anarcho-syndicalist union organizers, anarcho-capitalist property-mongers and smug primitivists heading for the treeline, would be the sound of a people still completely wrapped in the psychosis of power.

    Is Government A Necessary Evil?

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