by Tom Brown
From the blurb:
‘In this series of articles we have outlined the aim and method of the Syndicalist Revolution. The aim- the abolition of privilege, private property, class society and the State and the establishment of the common ownership of the means of production. The method – the taking and running of industry by workers’ Syndicates, the abolition of the standing army and other armed forces, police, judiciary, etc., and the creation of Workers’s Militiaand other necessary working class organisations for the administration of society.’
Tha above is taken from Principles of Syndicalism, one of six essays written by Tom Brown in the 1940s and 1950s, and reprinted here. This collection of his writings is a contribution to the debate on the relevance of Syndicalism today.
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