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Syndication is often a group of individuals or organizations combined by agreement, common purpose, or making a joint effort to undertake some specific duty or function or carry out specific transactions or negotiations.

Syndicalism is a proposed type of economic system, considered a replacement for capitalism. As a movement, it originated in France and spread from there. Its goal as a movement was bringing industry and government under the direct control of workers through a federation of labor unions by the use of direct action, such as general strikes and even sabotage.

Syndicalism is a movement for transferring the ownership and control of the means of production and distribution to workers' unions. Influenced by Proudhon and by the French social philosopher Georges Sorel (1847–1922), syndicalism developed in French labor unions during the late 19th century and was at its most vigorous between 1900 and 1914, particularly in France, Italy, Spain, and the US.

Bill Haywood defined the union's purpose as "the emancipation of the working class from the slave bondage of capitalism". There is no bondage in capitalism which is merely private ownership of what you produced. The bondage people identified from a period of the practices of capitalism is actually the result of corporatism and types of Syndicalism.

Syndicalists agreed with Karl Marx's characterization of the state as the "executive committee of the ruling class". The problem is the desire for a ruling class or even to be that ruling class.

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