Word: syndicalism

Category: syndicalism

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Translations: syndicalism

spanish
sindicalismo, el sindicalismo, del sindicalismo, al sindicalismo, sindicalismo revolucionario


german
syndikalistisch

french
syndicalisme, le syndicalisme, du syndicalisme, syndicalisme révolutionnaire, syndicaliste

italian
sindacalismo, il sindacalismo, del sindacalismo, sindacalismo rivoluzionario, sindacalismo di

portuguese
sindicalismo, o sindicalismo, do sindicalismo, sindicalismo de

dutch
syndicalisme, het syndicalisme, syndicalisme te, syndikalisme

russian
синдикалист, синдикализм

norwegian
syndikalisme

swedish
syndikalism, syndikalismen, syndikalismens, syndikalistiska

finnish
syndikalismista, syndikalismin, syndikalismi, syndikalismia, syndi-

danish
syndikalisme, syndikalismen, syndikalismes, syndikalistiske, Syndikalismens

czech
syndikalismus

polish
syndykalizm

hungarian
szindikalizmus, szindikalizmusnak

turkish
sendikalizm, sendikalizmin, sendikalizm olarak

greek
συνδικαλισμός, συνδικαλισμό, συνδικαλισμού, ο συνδικαλισμός, το συνδικαλισμό

ukrainian
синдикалізм

albanian
sindikalizëm, sindikalizmi

bulgarian
синдикализъм, синдикализма

belarusian
сындыкалізм

croatian
sindikalizam

lithuanian
Syndykalizm, Sindikālisms

latvian
sindikālisms

macedonian
синдикализам, синдикализмот

romanian
sindicalism, sindicalismul, sindicalismului, sindicalismului a, sindicalsm

slovenian
sindikalizem

slovak
syndikalismus

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The meaning and "use of": syndicalism

noun
  • a movement for transferring the ownership and control of the means of production and distribution to workers' unions. Influenced by Proudhon and by the French social philosopher Georges Sorel (1847–1922), syndicalism developed in French labor unions during the late 19th century and was at its most vigorous between 1900 and 1914, particularly in France, Italy, Spain, and the US.

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