1.A Definition of Anarcho-Syndicalism
The application of the anarchist argument to the syndicalist option has provided valuable theoretical elements for the fights of the workers’ movement.
Miners in Bolivia celebrated 1984 in their own way with an example of workers’ management that is without doubt unrivalled in the third world in these times of crisis and the decline of self-management.
As I write these lines this experience is already more than a year old.
Inizialmente l’autore cerca di delineare, quanto meglio possibile la situazione svedese e le posizioni della SAC.
Il rapporto tra sindacalismo e anarchismo in Svezia si presenta nel medesimo tempo articolato ed interessante.
La SAC è un'organizzazione rivoluzionaria con un solo obiettivo: l'abolizione del sistema salariale.
In questa organizzazione gli anarchici sono necessari come individui, ma l'anarchismo, come tendenza specifica, non lo è.
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.