Comments for Anarcho-Syndicalist Review https://syndicalist.us An independent labor magazine Tue, 01 May 2018 06:21:46 +0000 hourly 1 Comment on Anarchist Science Fiction by anir https://syndicalist.us/2013/07/11/anarchist-science-fiction/#comment-70393 Tue, 26 Dec 2017 19:42:50 +0000 https://syndicalist.us/?p=570#comment-70393 I enjoyed Meiville’s book greately, indeed he’s one of my fav authors. The SWP are a trotskyiet organisation, not a leninist one, according to google, and there is a diff.
Its a pleasure to hear about Moorcock, as I had given up on him after Elric. I’ll look up his other works.
The dispossessed was great, and the ending to Use of Weapons was quite dramatic in my opinion, haven’t read other Banks yet.
This site gives other recs: https://seesharppress.wordpress.com/2013/10/24/anarchist-science-fiction-favorite-novels/

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Comment on ASR 71-2 (Fall 2017) by Practices of Self-Organisation in 1980s South Africa – Freedom News https://syndicalist.us/2017/10/02/asr-71-2-on-the-press/#comment-70335 Sun, 17 Dec 2017 09:32:10 +0000 https://syndicalist.us/?p=1236#comment-70335 […] Daria Zelenova is a Research Fellow at the Institute for Social Policy and a faculty member of the Higher School of Economics in Russia. A further essay by her on the subject of self-organisation in South Africa was recently published in the fall issue of Anarcho-Syndicalist Review […]

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Comment on ASR 69, Winter 2017 by Gregory Maksimov: The Politics of Anarcho-Syndicalism | Robert Graham's Anarchism Weblog https://syndicalist.us/2016/12/21/asr-69-winter-2017/#comment-68970 Fri, 03 Mar 2017 06:37:51 +0000 https://syndicalist.us/?p=1134#comment-68970 […] of anarchy as a form of direct democracy based on voluntary federation (what I have described elsewhere as “associational democracy”) goes back quite some time, well before Murray Bookchin […]

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Comment on Anarcho-Syndicalist Review 61-70 by We Do Not Fear Anarchy: A Summary | Robert Graham's Anarchism Weblog https://syndicalist.us/archives/anarcho-syndicalist-review-61-70/#comment-66864 Sun, 20 Dec 2015 17:44:45 +0000 https://syndicalist.us/?page_id=708#comment-66864 […] It: The First International and the Emergence of the Anarchist Movement, which was published in ASR #63 (Winter 2015). It’s a bit long for my blog, but here it is. The full book can be ordered from AK […]

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Comment on ASR 64/65 Summer 2015 by New Issue of Anarcho-Syndicalist Review | workers freedom https://syndicalist.us/2015/06/28/asr-6465-summer-2015/#comment-64930 Sun, 28 Jun 2015 19:11:53 +0000 https://syndicalist.us/?p=832#comment-64930 […] click for details […]

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Comment on Nunzio Pernicone by 206 https://syndicalist.us/2013/07/13/nunzio-pernicone/#comment-20560 Thu, 10 Jul 2014 04:42:06 +0000 https://syndicalist.us/?p=584#comment-20560 What a sad loss.

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Comment on The American Health Care Crisis: Capitalism by stephen https://syndicalist.us/2013/10/23/the-american-health-care-crisis-capitalism/#comment-20074 Tue, 08 Jul 2014 14:43:16 +0000 https://syndicalist.us/?p=680#comment-20074 I worked in the mental health sector in the 1990’s in the uk. Despite our NHS, we had trouble attracting consultant psychiatrists due to the fact that our catchment area had a very high incidence of mental health problems – the reason being that our area was economically disadvantaged, with all the attendant stress and drug issues that deprivation brings. Young doctors would come and stay for a year or so and then opt for a position paying the same amount in a leafy suburban area.

Neither I nor – to the best of my knowledge – anybody I went to school with ever became doctors. This is because working class kids were not considered bright enough to enter medical school.

I believe, therefore, that a post revolutionary society would require less medical professionals due to reduced health risks (no macdonalds, no coca cola, vast reduction in relative poverty) . Yet we would have more health professionals due to wider access to specialised education, particularly among the working classes.

Sort of a problem that solves itself.

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Comment on Are the Republicans Anarchists? by Nouvelle édition du Anarcho-syndicalist Review!! (hiver 2014) | liberté ouvrière https://syndicalist.us/2014/01/10/are-the-republicans-anarchists/#comment-4828 Wed, 05 Feb 2014 22:32:03 +0000 https://syndicalist.us/?p=710#comment-4828 […] 4  Are the Republicans Anarchists? A Reply to Sen. Warren […]

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Comment on Anarchism: An Introductory Bibliography by pozycjonowanie stron katowice https://syndicalist.us/theory/anarchism-an-introductory-bibliography/#comment-4473 Fri, 29 Nov 2013 17:35:01 +0000 https://syndicalist.us/?page_id=241#comment-4473 Keep this going please, great job!|

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Comment on Nunzio Pernicone by Danielle Giornandi https://syndicalist.us/2013/07/13/nunzio-pernicone/#comment-3688 Thu, 08 Aug 2013 21:14:26 +0000 https://syndicalist.us/?p=584#comment-3688 You will be missed! Thank you for everything!

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