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The Italian Socialist movement.

Author: Richard Hostetter
Publisher: Princeton, N.J., Van Nostrand [1958]-
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Hostetter, Richard.
Italian Socialist movement.
Princeton, N.J., Van Nostrand [1958-
(OCoLC)575271024
Online version:
Hostetter, Richard.
Italian Socialist movement.
Princeton, N.J., Van Nostrand [1958-
(OCoLC)607891409
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Hostetter
OCLC Number: 266219
Description: volumes 24 cm
Contents: 1. Origins (1860-1882) --
I. The social question and the making of Italy. National unity and the Party of Action ; Cavour and the bourgeois alliance ; The Mezzogiorno and national unity ; Social revolution and patriotism : Carlo Pisacane --
II. The Piedmontese and Mazzinian labor traditions. The Piedmontese societies of mutual aid ; Morality and the social problem : Mazzini --
III. Mazzini and the Italian labor movement (1860-1864). The question of political action by labor : Congress of Florence (1861) ; The Parma and Naples congresses --
IV. Bakunin in Italy (January 1864 to September 1866). Mazzini and the creation of the First International ; Bakunin in Florence ; Bakunin in Naples (June 1865 to October 1866) ; The international revolutionary fraternity --
V. Bakunin in Italy (October 1866 to August 1867) and the International Alliance of Socialist Democracy. La Situazione Italiana ; The Liberty and Justice Association ; Bakunin and the League for Peace and Liberty ; The International Alliance of Socialist Democracy and the I.W.A. --
VI. Italy and the First International (1866-1870). The workers' societies and international socialism ; The Macinato revolt ; The Neapolitan I.W.A. Section --
VII. Mazzini and the Paris Commune (March to August 1871). The Commune's initial impact on Italian radical republicans ; The Mazzinian critique ; Republican "internationalism" (Summer 1871) ; The "socialism" of Garibaldi --
VIII. The Paris Commune and Italian socialism (Summer 1871). Carlo Cafiero and the Neapolitan I.W.A. Section ; The Cafiero-Engels correspondence ; The Sicilian and Turin Sections ; Inauguration of the Bakunin-Mazzini polemic --
IX. Bakunin versus Mazzini (September to November 1871). Conflicting congress projects ; Bakunin's "To my friends of Italy" ; The Congress of Rome ; Internationalist strength (Autumn 1871) --
X. Italian socialism and the "authoritarian-libertarian" dispute (November to December 1871). The London Conference and the Sonvilliers Circular ; Protagonists : Bakunin, the London Council, Garibaldi ; Repercussions in Naples ; Repercussions in Turin and Milan ; The Bologna Fascia Operaia ; Inauguration of Bakunin's campaign to win the Romagna --
XI. Anarcho-socialism penetrates the Romagna (January to March 1872). The Garibaldian "Democratic Congress" movement ; The Bologna Congress, March 17-19, 1872 ; Bakunin's letters to the Romagna (January to March 1872) --
XII. Anarchist triumph (March to August 1872). Socialism in Turin, Milan, Florence, and Naples (January to July 1872) ; Engels concedes defeat ; The "defection" of Carlo Canero ; Italian socialism versus the General Council ; The Rimini, Hague, and St. Imier congresses --
XIII. Anarcho-socialism versus the Italian state and society (September 1872 to September 1873). Italian liberalism and the socialist problem ; The eclipse of Marxian influence ; The consolidation of Bakuninism --
XIV. The propaganda of deeds: I. The insurrectional atttempt of 1874 (October 1873 to June 1876). Anarchist resourcesi Internal and external insurrectional preliminaries ; Rupture of the Bakunin-Canero alliance ; The attempted "social liquidation" ; The trials of 1875 : Rome, Florence, Trani ; Genesis of a legalitarian current ; The Bologna Trial of 1876 --
XV. The propaganda of deeds: II. San Lupo (July 1876 to April 1877). Italian socialism and the government of the left ; The congresses of Florence-Tosi and Bern (October 1876) ; Consolidation of the legalitarian current ; "Social liquidation," revised edition : San Lupo --
XVI. Disintegration of the Anarchist International as an organization. The insurrectional principle on the defensive ; 1878 : decapitation of the Italian International ; The trials of 1879 --
XVII. The ideological liquidation of the Italian International (1879-1882). The anarchist dilemma ; The shift to legalitarianism : Andrea Costa's defection ; Obsequies of the Italian anarchist movement.

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