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General Idea of the Revolution in the Nineteenth Century.

Author: P -J Proudhon
Publisher: Dover Publications, 2013.
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This influential 1851 work was written by the French libertarian socialist and journalist whose doctrines later formed the basis for radical and anarchist theory. This is his vision of an ideal society, in which frontiers are abolished, national states eliminated, and authority decentralized among communes or locality associations, with free contracts replacing laws.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: P -J Proudhon
ISBN: 1306369754 9781306369756 9780486163581 048616358X
OCLC Number: 868965895
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; TO BUSINESS MEN.; GENERAL IDEA OF THE REVOLUTION IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY.; FIRST STUDY. --
Reaction Causes Revolution.; 1. The Revolutionary Force.; 2. Parallel Progress of the Reaction and of the Revolution since February.; 3. Weakness of the Reaction: Triumph of the Revolution.; SECOND STUDY. --
Is there Sufficient Reason for Revolution in the Nineteenth Century?; 1. Law of Tendency in Society. --
The Revolution of 1789 has done only half its work.; 2. Chaos of economic forces. Tendency of society toward poverty. 3. Anomaly of Government. Tendency toward Tyranny and Corruption. THIRD STUDY. --
The Principle of Association.; FOURTH STUDY. --
The Principle of Authority.; I. TRADITIONAL DENIAL OF GOVERNMENT. --
Emergence of the Idea which Succeeds it.; II. GENERAL CRITICISM OF THE IDEA OF AUTHORITY.; FIFTH STUDY. --
Social Liquidation.; 1. National Bank.; 2. The State Debt.; 3. Debts secured by Mortgage. Simple Obligations.; 4. Immovable Property, Buildings.; 5. Property in Land.; SIXTH STUDY. --
Organization of Economic Forces.; 1. Credit.; 2. Property. 3. Division of Labor, Collective Forces, Machines, Workingmen's Associations. 4. Constitution of Value. Organization of Low Prices.; 5. Foreign Commerce. Balance of Imports and Exports.; SEVENTH STUDY. --
Absorption of Government by the Economic Organism.; 1. Society without Authority.; 2. Elimination of Governmental Functions --
Worship.; 3. Justice.; 4. Administration, Police.; 5. Public Instruction; Public Works; Agriculture and Commerce; Finances.; 6. Foreign Affairs, War, Navy.; EPILOGUE.

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This influential 1851 work was written by the French libertarian socialist and journalist whose doctrines later formed the basis for radical and anarchist theory. This is his vision of an ideal society, in which frontiers are abolished, national states eliminated, and authority decentralized among communes or locality associations, with free contracts replacing laws.

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