Noun(1) a radical political movement that advocates bringing industry and government under the control of labor unions
(1) The workers responded by looking to the most radical ideas available - those of syndicalism .(2) His arrest and eventual acquittal on charges of sedition strengthened militant convictions that he took back to Britain in 1910 and pursued through syndicalism and then communism.(3) Once again, this stance expresses political passivity, this time dressed up in the garb of militant syndicalism .(4) This party was strongly oriented toward syndicalism and viewed the international conflict over program and principles with contempt.(5) Others inside the party nurtured hopes of a return to past Stalinist glories or some form of militant syndicalism .(6) Deeply antagonistic to reformist compromises with bourgeois democracy, syndicalists also disputed the Leninist strategy of organizing revolution via a vanguard party.(7) The small but real contribution of the Trotskyists, the syndicalists and others to the left of the Communist Party is ignored.(8) At the second congress there were a number of delegates from anarchist and syndicalist backgrounds.(9) The initiators were mostly men of the left: revolutionary syndicalists and former Marxists.(10) Many anarchists and syndicalists supported the revolution and he was keen to win them over.
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