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Tracing the World-Scale Determinants of Syndicalism

There are crucial world-scale determinants at work: the relations between local and foreign capitalists, fluctuations in the world market transmitted through foreign-dominated enclaves, and direct and indirect influence by powerful core states such as Britain and the US.

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Tracing the World-Scale Determinants of Syndicalism

There are crucial world-scale determinants at work: the relations between local and foreign capitalists, fluctuations in the world market transmitted through foreign-dominated enclaves, and direct and indirect influence by powerful core states such as Britain and the US.
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World-systems scholars have recently advanced a framework for the analysis of “anti-systemic” movements, with one important component of this approach being the integration of global forces into causal accounts of social movement mobilizations. This perspective, both an extension and a critique of existing movement theories such as political opportunity structure and political mediation approaches, is an outgrowth of the long-running trend of constructing larger and more elaborate models of the economic and political structures that bear upon movement outcomes.

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