Anarchism and Anarcho-Syndicalism
Fredonia Books, Dec 1, 2002 - Political Science - 392 pages
These major writings on the ideology and practice of anarchism have a special value in showing the Marxist position against anarchism. Marx and Engels center their attack upon the followers of Bakunin, while Lenin's writings are devoted largely to syndicalist and "economist" trends in the labor movement, and to sectarian and "leftist" tendencies in the Communist movement during and after the Russian revolution of 1917. This collection was originally published in the Soviet Union in 1972.
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ABOLITION OF THE STATE AND THE GERMAN
ENGELS TO MARX IN LONDON Augmt 21 1851
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