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Anarcho-Syndicalist Review

Anarcho-Syndicalist Review (formerly the Libertarian Labor Review) is an American anarchist magazine, published two to four times a year, which focuses on anarcho-syndicalist theory and practice. Among others it was published by Sam Dolgoff as Libertarian Labor Review in the United States[1] which decided to rename itself in number 25 as Anarcho-Syndicalist Review in order to avoid confusion with right libertarian views[2] The magazine was co-founded in 1986 by Sam Dolgoff. ASR publishes reports on the international syndicalist movement, debates and analysis of strategies for contemporary syndicalist organizing, an ongoing series exploring anarchist economic theory, articles on aspects of anarcho-syndicalist history, and an extensive reviews section. The ASR web site includes complete listings of contents for all issues.


  1. ^ "LIBERTARIAN LABOR REVIEW: Anarchosyndicalist Ideas and Discussion. #9 Summer, 1990. Paperback – January 1, 1989 by Jon, Sam Dolgoff, MiMi Rivera and Jeff Stein (editorial collective)" at
  2. ^ "Libertarian Labor Review INDEX #1-24" at

External links

  • Official website
  • Anarcho-Syndicalism 101

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