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Published in September 1950 in Direct Action, Vol. 5 No. 6 (No. 45)
At a special conference of the A.F.B. [Anarchist Federation of Britain], held in Manchester on August 6, the urgent need in this country for an organisation which would concern itself with syndicalist propaganda and action was fully discussed.
As a result, it was decided to dissolve the A.F.B., and to form the SYNDICALIST WORKERS’ FEDERATION. Other decisions were that the S.W.F. should affiliate with the International Working Men’s Association; that it should take over the effects of the A.F.B. — including Direct Action — and that its membership should be open to all workers who wanted a radical change in industrial organisation, and the creation of a free society.
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