Initially I will outline, as well as possible, the situation in Sweden and the point of view of the SAC. The relationship between syndicalism and Anarchism in Sweden is both well-developed and highly interesting. The SAC is a revolutionary organization with one aim - the abolition of the wage System. Anarchists are needed in this organization as individuals but anarchism as a specific tendency is not; revolutionary syndicalism can very well stand on its own two feet. The SAC will be doomed the very day that it falls into the hands of any political current - and this includes anarchism.
However, while syndicalism may be sufficient for the attainment of workers’ control and self-management, a social revolution that affects all aspects of existence calls for anarchism.
The role of an anarchist is that of propaganda among his fellow workers but not, for obvious reasons of coherency, the control of the syndicalist organization.