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Why do anarcho-syndicalists believe in resolving disputes between union members in the workers assembly, not in the hallway?

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Why do anarcho-syndicalists believe in resolving disputes between union members in the workers assembly, not in the hallway?

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In an anarcho-syndicalist union, and in the future society when our movement is ultimately successful, the workers’ and community assemblies are and will be the cradle of direct democracy, the means by which a variety of decision-making which is more harmonious with individual freedom and social autonomy can be put into practise. The forms of decision-making we put into practise now and in the future, will, if done properly, provide a way of getting things done in a way that allows everyone such decisions affect input and influence. When disputes between individual members of an anarcho-syndicalist union occur for whatever reason, personal, political, or otherwise, such conflict affects the other members of the union in the first place through the dischord internal conflict generates, and in the second through the fact that the members involved in the dispute are expending energy on the dispute that is not going into their regular activities on behalf of the union. As noted above, the

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