Anarcho-Syndicalism

Discipline: Economics

Anarcho-syndicalism is the industrial version of anarchism, and the anarchist version of syndicalism.

In industrial societies, the appropriate body to conduct revolutionary or transformative politics consists of workers organized around their industry, rather than their trade.

Since social power is at root economic rather than political, power can therefore be seized at its root.

Source:
David Miller, Anarchism (London 1984)

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