criminal syndicalism

Definition of "criminal syndicalism"
  1. Promotion of illegal actions, such as violent acts, to invoke change in either the industrial sector or government
How to use "criminal syndicalism" in a sentence
  1. The activist was arrested on charges of criminal syndicalism due to his promotion of violent protests to change the government.
  2. In a court hearing, the defendant was found guilty of criminal syndicalism for encouraging employees to resort to violence for industrial reform.
  3. Security agencies often keep a keen eye on social media platforms to prevent cases of criminal syndicalism that can provoke violent changes.

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