Publisher: Kate Sharpley Library
Released: September 1, 2013
Solidaridad Obrera (Workers’ Solidarity), a newspaper founded in Barcelona in 1907, is the voice of Spain’s anarcho-syndicalist Confederacion Nacional del Trabajo (CNT). The essays here were issued to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of “Soli," and together they illustrate the changing fortunes of the anarcho-syndicalist movement, and its enduring attempt to communicate the anarchist idea. Another great one from the Kate Sharpley Library!
Contains the following essays: Mateo Rello on "Solidaridad Obrera 1907–1939: Notes Towards a History of CNT Journalism"; followed by Mateo Rello's "Catalunya, a Catalan-Language Soli"; Ferran Aisa's “Solidaridad Obrera 1939–1987: Clandestinity and Transition"; Carles Sanz's “Solidaridad Obrera 1976–2006: A Look Back at the History of CNT Journalism Over the Last 30 Years".