The Concise Duthel Encyclopedia of Anarchism IV
What are industrial networks? Industrial networks are the means by which revolutionary industrial unions and other forms of libertarian workplace organisation can be created. The idea of Industrial Networks originated with the British section of the anarcho-syndicalist International Workers' Association in the late 1980s. It was developed as a means of promoting anarcho-syndicalist/anarchist ideas within the workplace, so creating the basis on which a workplace movement based upon the ideas of industrial unionism could grow and expand. The long term aim...is, obviously, the creation of an anarcho-syndicalist union."
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