The next Manchester Class Struggle Forum will host a discussion on Anarcho-Syndicalism.
What is anarcho-syndicalism? How do anarcho-syndicalist unions differ from existing workers’ organisations? Do anarcho-syndicalist strategies have any value in 21st Century Britain, or are they 80 years out of date and several countries out of place? Or are anarcho-syndicalist strategies the tool we need to fight back in a period of savage cuts and declining living standards?
The forum will be introduced by a speaker from Manchester Solfed, with open discussion to follow and an open literature table.
‘What is anarcho-syndicalism? – libertarian reformism, vanguardism or revolutionary unionism?’ (Black Flag) –http://libcom.org/library/what-is-anarcho-syndicalism-libertarian-reformism-vanguardism-or-revolutionary-unionism
‘Winning the class war – An anarcho-syndicalist strategy’ (Direct Action Movement) –http://libcom.org/library/winning-class-war-anarcho-syndicalist-strategy
‘The Economics of Freedom – An Anarcho-syndicalist alternative to capitalism’ (Solidarity Federation) –http://libcom.org/library/economics-freedom-anarcho-syndicalist-alternative-capitalism
The meeting will take place from 7pm on Monday 19th of July at Friends Meeting House, 6 Mount Street, Manchester M2 5NS. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 07976386737 to express your interest or ask for more info.