Darlington, RR 2013, 'Syndicalism and strikes, leadership and influence: Britain, Ireland, France, Italy, Spain and the United States' , International Labor and Working Class History, 83 (Spring) , pp. 37-53.
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The explosion of industrial and political militancy that swept the world during the early years of the twentieth century gave the revolutionary syndicalist movement a prominence and notoriety it would not otherwise have possessed, while at the same time providing a context for syndicalist ideas to be broadcast and for syndicalists to assume the leadership of major strikes in a number of countries. This article sheds new light on the complex nature of the relationship between syndicalism and strikes by means of an international comparative analysis of the revolutionary syndicalist movements in France, Spain, Italy, Britain, Ireland and United States. It presents evidence to suggest ideological/organizational initiative and leadership was of immense importance in understanding how syndicalist movements could be simultaneously a contributory cause, a symptom, and a beneficiary of workers' militancy.
|Schools:||Schools > Salford Business School
Schools > Salford Business School > Business and Management Research Centre
|Journal or Publication Title:||International Labor and Working Class History|
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Funders:||Non funded research|
|Depositing User:||RR Darlington|
|Date Deposited:||04 Apr 2014 17:36|
|Last Modified:||08 Nov 2015 23:04|
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