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- n. A believer in the principles of syndicalism.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who advocates or practices syndicalism.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See the extract.
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- n. an advocate of anarchism
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These were almost always initiatives which sprang from what might be called the syndicalist, anti-statist Left.
One of its charms is its ability to accommodate writers like M. Gorz, who employ a kind of syndicalist vocabulary, alongside others who don't.
One more case of state's massive suspects 'creation in the frame of daily repression and terrorism. (watch older updates) * Mr Panagopoulos,' syndicalist 'leader of GSEE (General Workers' Confederation of Greece), was attacked in Agrinio town with water and yoghurt by protesters condemning his position of not protecting the workers 'rights.
Assuming the details can be sorted, there is now a fighting chance that the syndicalist left and the union-busting right will both be held in check, and that harmony will return.
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.
I read back on what I wrote, and I sound like an advocate for anarcho/syndicalist type of brothels.
Perez Taylor and Mendoza Schwerdtfeger were vaguely Marxist while the French-born Jahn was a syndicalist who had reportedly fought in the Paris Commune.
And what will happen is not some anarcho-syndicalist commune of happy writers doing all their own work.
Punk House: communal homes of the anarcho-syndicalist lifestyle
After completing her studies, she worked within syndicalist union organizations and joined the Communist Party.