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The Italian Glass Blowers Takeover of 1910

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Syndicalism in Action

by Odon Por

This pamphlet was written in 1910 by an early Syndicalist organiser named Odon Por and issued by 'Wilshire's Magazine'.  It is an optimistic but fascinating glimpse into early italian Syndicalism, and answering the question of how Syndicalism would expropriate, operate and perfect the Trusts, pointed to the example of the Italian glass-blowers becoming their own employers as syndicalism in action, consciousness and the moral and economic solidarity of a certain class of workers.

These workers had no intention of becoming capitalists.  They refused to become parasites on the body of the whole working class.  They wanted to free themselves from the capitalist yoke.  The introduction asserts they have a message for today in the example they gave in their struggles to be free.

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Syndicalism in Action

by Odon Por

This pamphlet was written in 1910 by an early Syndicalist organiser named Odon Por and issued by 'Wilshire's Magazine'.  It is an optimistic but fascinating glimpse into early italian Syndicalism, and answering the question of how Syndicalism would expropriate, operate and perfect the Trusts, pointed to the example of the Italian glass-blowers becoming their own employers as syndicalism in action, consciousness and the moral and economic solidarity of a certain class of workers.

These workers had no intention of becoming capitalists.  They refused to become parasites on the body of the whole working class.  They wanted to free themselves from the capitalist yoke.  The introduction asserts they have a message for today in the example they gave in their struggles to be free.

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Author Odon Por
Publisher Kate Sharpley Library
Format No
Pages No
ISBN-10 9781873605301
ISBN-13 No

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