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The following periodical appears in Anarchy Archives thanks to FLA, the Federacion Libertaria Argentina and their project, Biblioteca-Archivo de Estudios Libertarios.

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50,000 men, with those same ideas. Because in the end, it also was not possible to resolve the superiority of one or another system of fighting, both revolutionary, the syndicalist and the Workers' Federation one, in those four or six sessions. And because, to finish, freedom of thought stands before anything, the front page of our philosophy: free, individual and common liberty, with no restrictions or bolts.


But... might it be that the union sermon also reaches out to us? Sectarians, reactionaries, traitors... there's exaggeration.

That transcripted paragraph on the order of the day proposed by Oddone is beautiful, just like this declaration made by the Congress of the Argentinian Worker's Federation.

The Congress did not declare trade union societies as anarchic, or its associated workers as anarchists. To suggest that there be anarchist propaganda is not labeling the workers as anarchists.


Yes, freedom of thought, with Syndicalism, but not the absence of Ideal, with the Worker's Federation!

We should organize ourselves to be strong just for being that, to raise the number, to improve, is something like gaining weight through excercise and nurturing, to live calmly...

That is why that order of the day, being beautiful, did not triumph! It was missing a final caluse, a phrase, a little piece of future!...


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