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1 The basic principles of anarcho-syndicalism are direct action, workers' solidarity and workers' self-management.
2 Instead, it emphasizes workers' self-management of the workplace and decentralized structures of political organization.
3 Increasing workers' self-management, industrial democracy and regulatory institutions would evolve non-politically into "liberal capitalism".
4 Firms were socially owned by their employees and structured on workers' self-management;
5 They sprung up by means of workers' self-management after the fall of Charles I. In 1703, Louis Armand, Baron de Lahontan wrote the novel New Voyages to North America where he outlined how indigenous communities of the North American continent cooperated and organised.
6 Although every sector of the stateless parts of Spain had undergone workers' self-management, collectivisation of agricultural and industrial production, and in parts using money or some degree of private property, a heavy regulation of markets by democratic communities, there were other areas throughout Spain that used no money at all, and followed principles in accordance with "From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs".
7 Overlapping with anarchism and libertarianism, it criticizes wage slavery relationships within the workplace, emphasizing workers' self-management and decentralized structures of political organization.
8 The term "wage slavery" has been used to criticize economic exploitation and social stratification, with the former seen primarily as unequal bargaining power between labor and capital (particularly when workers are paid comparatively low wages, e.g. in sweatshops) and the latter as a lack of workers' self-management, fulfilling job choices and leisure in an economy.
9 Social anarchism is a branch of anarchism emphasizing social ownership, mutual aid and workers' self-management.
10 As one consequence, workplace democracy (sometimes referred to as Workers' self-management) has become both more common and more advocated, in some places distributing all management functions among workers, each of whom takes on a portion of the work.
11 Related to the anarchist movement, okupas support the ideal of workers' self-management and create social centers, such as Patio Maravillas in Madrid, which carry out various grassroots activities.
12 The term wage slavery has been used to criticize economic exploitation and social stratification, with the former seen primarily as unequal bargaining power between labor and capital (particularly when workers are paid comparatively low wages, e.g. in sweatshops), and the latter as a lack of workers' self-management, fulfilling job choices and leisure in an economy.
13 The term wage slavery has been used to criticize exploitation of labour and social stratification, with the former seen primarily as unequal bargaining power between labor and capital (particularly when workers are paid comparatively low wages, e.g. in sweatshops), and the latter as a lack of workers' self-management, fulfilling job choices, and leisure in an economy.
14 The basic principles of anarcho-syndicalism are solidarity, direct action (action undertaken without the intervention of third parties such as politicians, bureaucrats and arbitrators) and direct democracy, or workers' self-management.
15 It has been used to criticise exploitation of labour and social stratification, with the former seen primarily as unequal bargaining power between labour and capital (particularly when workers are paid comparatively low wages, e.g. in sweatshops) and the latter as a lack of workers' self-management, fulfilling job choices and leisure in an economy.
16 Historically, some socialist organisations and activists have espoused workers' self-management or worker cooperatives as possible alternatives to wage labour.
17 The imagery of wage slavery was widely used by labor organizations during the mid-19th century to object to the lack of workers' self-management.
18 Some social activists objecting to the market system or price system of wage working historically have considered syndicalism, worker cooperatives, workers' self-management and workers' control as possible alternatives to the current wage system.
19 Situationist theorists advocated methods of operation that included democratic workers' councils and workers' self-management, interested in empowering the individual, in contrast to the perceived corrupt bureaucratic states of the Eastern bloc.
20 Throughout Catalonia many sectors of the economy fell under the control of the CNT and the UGT, where workers' self-management was implemented.
21 May '68 and its aftermaths saw the occupation of the LIP factory in Besançon, one of the major social conflict of the 1970s, during which the CFDT and the Unified Socialist Party, of which Pierre Mendès-France was a member, theorized workers' self-management.
22 The underlying values that parecon seeks to implement are equity, solidarity, diversity, workers' self-management, efficiency (defined as accomplishing goals without wasting valued assets) and sustainability.
23 Michael Seidman has suggested there were other contradictions with workers' self-management during the Spanish Revolution.
24 He was the main creator of the Yugoslav system of workers' self-management.
25 After the Tito-Stalin split in 1948, he helped, with Milovan Đilas and Vladimir Bakarić, to devise a new economic policy in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, known as workers' self-management.
26 In the 1950s, especially after Djilas's removal, he rose to become the main theorist of Titoism and Yugoslav workers' self-management.
27 This is known as workers' self-management.
28 The economic reforms began with the introduction of workers' self-management in June 1950.
29 From 1963 to 1974 he worked for the Yugoslav institute of social research where he studied and researched the topic of Workers' self-management.