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Date Tue, 8 Jun 2004 10:08:44 +0200 (CEST)

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anarcho-syndicalism 101 is back online after a four month break at
http://www.anarchosyndicalism.net - webmasters please take note of
the new domain and alter your links accordingly. thanks.
From the website:
Welcome to Anarcho-Syndicalism 101, your entry point to the
global anarcho-syndicalist and revolutionary union movement. As
its name suggests, this website is devoted to aiding and furthering
an autonomous global movement of working class solidarity and
direct action, based around the ideas and principles of

Anarcho-Syndicalism 101 is a web archive of theoretical
and historical http://www.anarchosyndicalism.net/history
texts, articles, http://www.anarchosyndicalism.net/articles
image http://www.anarchosyndicalism.net/images
and mp3 http://www.anarchosyndicalism.net/audio
files, cultural http://www.anarchosyndicalism.net/culture/
items and outreach http://www.anarchosyndicalism.net/outreach/
material (otherwise known as propaganda) produced by, and
related to, libertarian and autonomous class struggle. Here you
will find information on various aspects of anarcho-syndicalist
theory and practise, including some texts translated into English
for the first time, specifically for this site.

Given that anarcho-syndicalism is a living praxis with relevance
to the real world, and not a dead dogma, this site features
criticism http://www.anarchosyndicalism.net/critics
of anarcho-syndicalism over a broad ideological spectrum.

Anarcho-Syndicalism 101 features collections of works by
protagonists http://www.anarchosyndicalism.net/protagonists/
of anarcho-syndicalism, not least of which includes Rudolf
Rocker, http://www.anarchosyndicalism.org/rocker
and Emile Pouget.
It includes a section on the achievements in self-management,
direct democracy and anarchy carried out during the Spanish
Revolution of 1936. http://www.anarchosyndicalism.net/spain36/
This site also places a focus http://www.anarchosyndicalism.net/focus/
on issues such as racism, sexism, homophobia and nationalist
culture, examining them not only as as evils in and of
themselves, but also as obstacles to working class solidarity.
Needless to say, included in this examination are ways and
means of overcoming them. This section will also examine efforts
to overcome perceived conflicts between workers' rights and
environmental concerns in industries such as logging.

Anarcho-Syndicalism 101 is one hub of several for autonomous
workers' movements movements around the world. The site
features a Syndicalist Directory, http://newswire.anarchosyndicalism.org
as well as a newswire, http://newswire.anarchosyndicalism.org
where visitors to the site can make announcements and calls for
solidarity. For further discussion this site features an area where
visitors can subscribe to a variety of anarcho-syndicalist email
lists, http://www.anarchosyndicalism.net/lists/
and a web-based forum.

For the first time visitor, this site features the Anarcho-Syndicalist
FAQ. http://www.anarchosyndicalism.net/faq/

Anarcho-Syndicalism 101 is constantly under development.
Please come back soon to view new additions and changes to the

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