i thought you guys at the radish are anarcho-synicists. Surley establishing yourself into a definable "group" is a contradiction in terms?
I think there are all sorts of people involved in The Radish and many different political positions are represented.
I'm certainly not an Anarcho-Syndicalist, for what it's worth, but I'd be happy to do business with one any day of the week (since they tend to organise in labour unions I'd be surprised to find one hanging out with middle-class students at the U of B though) _________________ “But you are a thin-blooded lot! Ere you have grown up you are already overgrown and withered. You live like an old radish." - Maxim Gorky, The Man Who Was Afraid, Chapter 10.
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I think if many of you explored exactly what an archo-syndaclist was, what anarchism as a political theory has to offer and hwre we all fit in many of you may be pleasantly surprised and find yourselves closer to being anarchistic than you ever beleived. Read 'Anarchsim- a very short introduction' by Colin Ward, although I've not finished it yet - KEN!!! Can I have it back please!!