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Social insertion


Social insertion (Spanish: inserción social) is one of the two main forms of [1][2]

With the break between anarchism and labor movements in South America in the 1920s, anarchism there lost a connection with [1]

Some have been suspicious of the term, associating it with [1][3] Social insertion consists simply of building a base for anarchist ideas through involvement at rank and file level over time in workplace and community organizations and struggles.

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