Murray Bookchin: anarchism vs anarcho-syndicalism (1992)

“Presyndicalist forms of anarchism were occupied with human liberation, in which the interests of the proletariat were not neglected, to be sure, but were fused in a generalized social interest that spanned a broad horizon of needs, concerns, and problems. Ultimately the satisfaction and resolution of these needs, concerns, and problems could be met only in the commune, not in a part of it, such as the factory, workshop, or farm.”

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in “The Ghost of Anarcho-Syndicalism,” available here.

RADICAL ARCHIVES NOTE: We’ll stop with the Bookchin after this!!

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2 Responses to “Murray Bookchin: anarchism vs anarcho-syndicalism (1992)”


  1. 1 Poumista January 6, 2012 at 9:02 am

    We don’t mind: please feel free to carry on with the Bookchin!


  1. 1 A few pints « Poumista Trackback on January 6, 2012 at 6:46 pm

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