Lucien van der Walt, 2019, “Renewing and Reforming Labor: The Case for Anarcho-Syndicalism,” ASR/ Anarcho-syndicalist Review, number 75, pp. 10-15
PDF online HERE. Full text below
Thanks very much for having me on the panel **, along with comrades Hilary Wainwright, who has been a key figure in the British feminist and socialist movement, editor of Red Pepper, Ozzi Warwick of the Oilfields Workers’ Trade Union in Trinidad and Tobago, and Martin Egbanubi of the Michael Imoudu National Institute for Labour Studies, Nigeria. There is quite a nice link between the different inputs, with their stress on self-activity and the immense creative potential of working class and poor people, as organizers, as rebels, and as creators of new models and ideas.
What I want to look at in this paper are the ways that we can think about the role of the self-activity of ordinary workers as a…
View original post 5,226 more words