Trade Unionism

Pannekoek, Anton
Publisher:  International Council Correspondence
Year Published:  1936
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX10864

The narrow field of trade union struggle widens into the broad field of class struggle. But now the workers themselves must change. They have to take a wider view of the world. From their trade, from their work within the factory walls, their mind must widen to encompass society as a whole. Their spirit must rise above the petty things around them. They have to face the state; they enter the realm of politics. The problems of revolution must be dealt with.

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