The Anarchist Collectives: Workers' Self-management in the Spanish Revolution, 1936-1939

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Sam Dolgoff
Black Rose Books Ltd., 1974 - Political Science - 192 pages
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An analyses on the radical collectives organized in Spain. "The eyewitness reports and commentary presented in this highly important study reveal a different understanding of the nature of socialism and the means for achieving it."--Noam Chomsky
  

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User Review  - Sean Lynch - Goodreads

I love this book, the primary documents- in-expendable. This man, Sam Dolgoff, a commendable human being. Read full review

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User Review  - Kenghis Khan - Goodreads

Well, solid scholarship seemed to go into this, it is certainly inspiring. The author particularly had a strong flare for helping readers visualize what was going on. Read full review

Contents

BACKGROUND
3
THE LlBERTl RLAN TRADITION
19
HlSTORlCAL NOTES
35
THE LLMITA TIONS OF THE REVOLUTION
49
THE SOCLAL REVOLUTLON
65
WORKERS SELFMA NA GEMENT IN LNDUSTR
77
THE REVOLUTION OF THE LAND lose Pierats III
121
IO THE RURAL COLLECTLVES
129
BIBLIOGRAPHY
177
INDEX
183
Appendices appear on pages 1 1 29 30 71 and 81
197
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About the author (1974)

Sam Dolgoff was the editor of the best anthology of Bakunin's writings (published by Knopf), lived in New York all his life and worked as a manual worker. Widely read and much solicited as a speaker on freedom and libertarian perspectives of past and current events.

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