The First International in France, 1864-1872 : its origins, theories, and impact

Julian P.W. Archer

The International Working Men's Association, now called the First International, was the first successful attempt to organize labor on local, national, and international levels. It emerged after the great outpouring of socialist ideology, primarily French, prior to the 1860s and before the rooting of labor unions and socialist parties in the latter part of the nineteenth century. The First International in France is designed to serve as a history of the First International in France, as well as serve as a basic reference for those whose interest or research touches on the International. When used in conjunction with key texts by Roger Morgan, Henry Collins, and Max Nettlau, it will be useful in producing a much-needed synthesis of the International as a whole.

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  • chapter 1 Part One: The Proudhonist Period: Chapter 1: Faint Trails 1862-1864 Chapter 2: The Founding of the International 1864-1865 Chapter 3: From London to Geneva 1865-1866 Chapter 4: A Year of Stagnation 1866-1867 Chapter 5: Persecution and Collapse 1867-1868 Chapter 6: Retrospective on the Proudhonist Years 1864-1868. Part Two: Redirection Through Trade Unions and Strikes: Chapter 7: Return of Energy 1868-1869 chapter 7 Chapter 8: Preparing the Bases 1869-1870 chapter 8 Chapter 9: A Cataclysmic Finale 1870-1871 chapter 9 Chapter 10: Epilogue 1871-1872. Bibliography. Index

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書名 The First International in France, 1864-1872 : its origins, theories, and impact
著作者等 Archer Julian P. W.
出版元 University Press of America
刊行年月 c1997
ページ数 xxii, 347 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0761808876
NCID BA38569527
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国