17_-_Socialism_and_Marxism

17_-_Socialism_and_Marxism - ENGELS MARX WORKERS OF THE...

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THE SOCIALIST CHALLENGE AFTER 1848 SOCIALISM IN WESTERN EUROPE BRITAIN CHARTISTS TRADE UNIONS ECONOMIC DEPRESSION GENRAL STRIKES 1859-1860 LONDON TRADE COUNCIL FRANCE FLORA TRISTAN BLANC TOLAIN “MANIFESTO OF THE SIXTY” PROUDHON GERMANY LASSALLE GENERAL UNION OF GERMAN WORKERS (A.D.A.V.) LEIBKNECHT BEBEL LEAGUE OF GERMAN WORKERS’UNION (V.D.A.) THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL HEGEL REASON IN HISTORY DIALECTICS YOUNG HEGELIANS FEUERBACH THE COMMUNIST LEAGUE REVOLUTIONS OF 1848
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Unformatted text preview: ENGELS MARX WORKERS OF THE WORLD, UNITE THE COMMUNIST MANIFESTO THE PROLETARIANS HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE BUT THEIR CHAINS.THEY HAVE A WORLD TO WIN. LONDON INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION 1862 NAPOLEON III 1864 GENERAL COUNCIL (COMMITTEE OF 21) GENERAL CONGRESS MARXISTS MAZZINI ANARCHISTS PROUDHON LIBERATRIANISM BAKUNIN ITALY SPAIN JURA FEDERATION (SWITZERLAND) SONVILLIER CIRCULAR 1872 MARX AND MARXISM...
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