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A history of socialist thought.

Author: G D H Cole; Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress)
Publisher: London, Macmillan; New York, St. Martin's Press, 1953-1960.
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Cole, G.D.H. (George Douglas Howard), 1889-1959.
History of socialist thought.
London Macmillan; New York, St. Martin's Press, 1953-58
(OCoLC)558241046
Online version:
Cole, G.D.H. (George Douglas Howard), 1889-1959.
History of socialist thought.
London Macmillan; New York, St. Martin's Press, 1953-58
(OCoLC)606990356
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: G D H Cole; Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress)
ISBN: 0333050924 9780333050927
OCLC Number: 1811474
Notes: Vol. 1 has imprint: London, Macmillan.
Description: volumes in ; 22 cm
Contents: V. 1. Socialist thought, the forerunners, 1789-1850 --
v. 2. Socialist thought, Marxism and anarchism, 1850-1890 --
v. 3. The second international, 1889-1914. 2 v. --
v. 4. Communism and social democracy, 1914-1931. 2 v. --
v. 5. Socialism and fascism, 1931-1939. v. 1: The great French Revolution and the Conspiracy of Gracchus Babeuf --
Godwin, Paine, and Charles Hall --
Saint-Simon --
The Saint-Simonians --
Fourier and Fourierism --
Cabet and the Icarian Communists --
Sismondi --
Owen and Owenism --
Earlier Phases --
Socialist Economics in the 1820s --
Owen and the Trade Unions --
the End of Owenism --
John Francis Bray --
The People's Charter --
Blanqui and Blanquism --
Louis Blanc and the Organisation of Labour --
Buchez --
Pecqueur --
Flora Tristan --
Lamennais --
Proudhon --
German Socialism --
the Beginnings --
Bruno Bauer, Hess, and Grun --
The 'True Socialists' --
The 'Communist Manifesto' --
Marx and Engels --
Marxism to 1850 --
Mazzini --
The European Revolutions of 1848 --
The Christian Socialists --
A Summing Up. v. 2: German Socialism in the 1850s --
Rodbertus and Marlo --
The Dawn of Socialism in Russia --
Belinsky, Herzen, and Chernyshevsky --
Belgian Socialism in the 1850s --
Colins, Kats, and De Keyser --
Lassalle --
The First International in the 'Sixties --
The Paris Commune --
Decline and Fall of the First International --
Bakunin --
German Socialism after Lassalle --
'Christian Socialists' and 'State Socialists' --
the 'Kulturkampf' and the Anti-Socialist Laws --
Marx and Engels --
'Das Kapital' and 'Anti-Duhring' --
Anarchists and Anarchist-Communists --
Kropotkin --
American Socialism in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century --
Henry George and Daniel De Leon --
The Revival of British Socialism --
William Morris --
Socialism in the Early 1890s. v. 3:pt. 1: The Second International: Early Years --
The Second International: Later Years --
Great Britain --
Socialism before the Labour Party --
Great Britain --
The Labour Party and the Great Unrest --
Germany: the Revisionist Controversy --
Germany after the Revisionist Controversy: Appearance and Reality --
France to 1905 --
France after 1905: The Unified Party and the Syndicalists. Juares and Sorel --
Russia to 1905 --
The First Russian Revolution --
Poland --
Rosa Luxemburg. v. 3:pt. 2: Austria --
Hungary --
The Balkans --
Switzerland --
Belgium: The Social Democratic Stalemate --
Holland --
Scandanavia and Finland --
Italy --
Spain --
The United States: Canada --
Latin America: the Mexican Revolution --
Labour and Socialism in Australia --
New Zealand --
South Africa --
China: Sun Yat Sen --
Japan --
Conclusion, Reform and Revolution. v. 4:pt. 1: Three Conferences: Zimmerwald, Kienthal, Stockholm --
The two Russian Revolutions of 1917 --
Germany in War-time, 1914-1918 --
Revolution and Counter-revolution in Germany, 1918-1921 --
Russia in Revolution and Civil War, 1917-1921 --
Socialism and Internationalism in the 1920s: Colonialism, Peace, and Disarmament --
Italy to the Fascist Victory --
Great Britain from 1914 to the General Strike. v. 4:pt. 2: France, 1914-1931 --
Belgium and Switzerland --
Holland, Scandanavia, and Finland --
Spain and Portugal --
Russia from the New Economic Policy to the Five-Year Plan --
The Ukraine --
Poland, 1914-1931 --
The Weimar Republic,1922-1931 --
Great Britain to the Fall of the Second Labour Government, 1926-1931 --
The Battle of the Internationals, 1922-1931 --
The United States: Canada --
Latin America, 1914-1931 --
The Rise, Fall, and Renaissance of Communism in China --
Japan, 1914-1931 --
India: Indonesia --
Australia and New Zealand --
Socialism and the Rights of Women, 1914-1931 --
Conclusion: Communism and Social Democracy from 1914 to 1931. v. 5: The World in the 1930s --
The Eclipse of Socialism in Germany --
Great Britain in the 1930s --
French Socialism --
The Civil War in Spain --
The Eclipse of Austrian Socialism --
Scandinavia and Finland --
Belgium, Holland, and Switzerland --
Eastern Europe --
The United States --
Canada --
Latin America --
The Soviet Union from the Beginning of the First Five-Year Plan --
Communism in China in the 1930s --
Looking Backwards and Forwards.
Other Titles: Socialist thought, the forerunners, 1789-1850
Socialist thought, Marxism and anarchism, 1850-1890

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