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Terminology[ edit ] The term syndicalism has French origins. In French, a syndicat is a trade union, usually a local union. The corresponding words in Spanish and Portuguese, sindicato, and Italian, sindacato, are similar. By extension, the French syndicalisme refers to trade unionism in general.
Revolutionary syndicalism, or more commonly syndicalism with the revolutionary implied, was then adapted to a number of languages by unionists following the French model. They apply the label to one big unionists or industrial unionists in North America and Australia, Larkinists in Ireland, and groups that identify as revolutionary industrialists, revolutionary unionists, anarcho-syndicalists, or councilists.
This includes the Industrial Workers of the World IWW in the United States, for example, which claimed its industrial unionism was "a higher type of revolutionary labor organization than that proposed by the syndicalists".
Van der Linden and Thorpe use syndicalism to refer to "all revolutionary, direct-actionist organizatons". Darlington proposes that syndicalism be defined as "revolutionary trade unionism".
According to Olssen, this understanding has a "tendency to blur the distinctions between industrial unionism, syndicalism, and revolutionary socialism".
Peterson proposes the broader category revolutionary industrial unionism to encompass syndicalism, groups like the IWW and the OBU, and others. The defining commonality between these groups is that they sought to unite all workers in a general organization.
According to the English social historian E. They were involved in the nationwide struggle for an eight-hour day. On May 3,the police killed three striking workers at a demonstration in Chicago.
Seven policemen and four workers were killed the following day when someone, possibly an IWPA member, threw a bomb at the police. Four anarchists were eventually executed for allegedly conspiring with the man who threw the bomb.
The Haymarket Affairas these events become known, led anarchists and labor organizers, including syndicalists, in both the United States and Europe to re-evaluate the revolutionary meaning of the general strike. They were able to gain influence, particularly in the bourses du travailwhich served as labor exchangesmeeting places for unions, and trades councils and organized in a national federation in From the start, it advocated the general strike and aimed to unite all workers.
Pouget, who was active in the CGT, supported the use of sabotage and direct action. Inthe bourses merged into the CGT. Its base was mostly in the Western US where labor conflicts were most violent and workers therefore radicalized.
French influence also spread through publications. Journals and newspapers in a number of countries advocated syndicalism. For example, sailors helped establish IWW presences in port cities around the world. Some, like the French radicals, worked within existing unions to infuse them with their revolutionary spirit.
Some found existing unions entirely unsuitable and built federations of their own, a strategy known as dual unionism."Historians have traditionally labeled the period after the War of the 'Era of good Feelings.' Evaluate the accuracy ofof this label, considering the emergence of nationalism and sectionalism.".
The American Civil War (also known by other names) Historians have debated whether economic differences between the industrial Northeast and the agricultural South helped cause the war.
On May 3, , Lincoln called for an additional 42, volunteers for a period of three years. The excesses of the 30 years war probably influenced the limited nature of warfare until Napoleonic times. In western government the split between church and state became a dominant concept.
Use the following documents and your knowledge of the period in constructing your response.
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Guiding Question Historians have traditionally labeled the period after the War of () the “Era of Good Feelings.” How accurate was this.