Syndicalism was another variety of socialism which drew inspiration from Marxian socialism

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Syndicalism was another variety of socialism which drew inspiration from Marxian socialism even though it also drew certain ele­ments from Proudhon and anarchism. This variety of socialism was de­veloped by French philosophers like George Sorel and was greatly influ­enced by the practical working of trade unionism.

No wonder, the Syndi­calists attached great importance to the trade unions as an instrument of social revolution as well as unit of a new social order. They regarded the state as unnecessary and asserted that contact between various unions would be maintained through some sort of a federation. Another notable feature of this variety of socialism was its revolutionary character.

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