Anarcho-Syndicalist Review is an independent syndicalist magazine, published since May 1, 1986 (originally as Libertarian Labor Review). ASR is an independent forum for non-sectarian, critical, informed and constructive discussion of anarcho-syndicalist theory and practice. We are not affiliated with any organization. We take as our starting point the Principles of Revolutionary Unionism adopted at the 1922 conference of revolutionary unions that relaunched the International Workers Association.
Information on our current issue is available here. You can set up a subscription or order specific issues through our Subscription or Store tabs.
Our outlook is internationalist. We stand in solidarity with working people everywhere, and in particular with those who, rejecting both state capitalism and state socialism as proven threats to the health of people and planet alike, seek peace and justice for themselves and their fellow workers through international labor solidarity.
We can be reached at anarchosyndicalistreview [at] gmail.com, or PO Box 42531, Philadelphia PA 19101.
Site under (re)construction
Our original web site (syndicalist.org) was hijacked by vulture capitalists nine years ago, and our web hosting service’s hard drive was destroyed in a fire soon thereafter. The architecture of the site could not be restored from our back-up files and so we are rebuilding this site. This is an ongoing process complicated by the lack of adequate support for the CMS we were obliged to switch to. We are adding content as time permits and are working on restoring full functionality. If there are any readers who have an understanding of WordPress, we would very much appreciate assistance. We would also appreciate readers bringing our attention to any problems you encounter navigating the site, so that we can try to remedy them.
The Shopping Cart allows you to purchase the current issue or any back issue of ASR, along with a variety of books, pamphlets and buttons. The “Browse Products” menu (under the shopping cart, on the right side of the screen) lists the items available from us. We continue to work on improving this functionality. Recently a volunteer began the work of upgrading this section and making it more user-friendly. But at this time you must select a payment option to complete an order. (Many people order, especially, sample issues without selecting a payment option, which places the order in limbo.) Please let us know if you experience any problems.
The ASR Archives tab lists complete tables of contents for our back issues, dating back to 1986. (Only some of the articles we used to make available are presently loaded; it took some time to figure out a rather clumsy work-around to restore this functionality, and we have not had time to reformat and reload most articles.)