General Idea of the Revolution in the Nineteenth Century
Courier Corporation, Jan 1, 2004 - History - 301 pages
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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GENERAL IDEA OF THE REVOLUTION
SECOND STUDY Is there Sufficient Reason for Revolution in
THIRD STUDY The Principle of Association
FOURTH STUDY The Principle of Authority
Traditional Denial of Government Emergence of the Idea which
FIFTH STUDY Social Liquidation
SIXTH STUDY Organization of Economic Forces
SEVENTH STUDY Absorption of Government by the Economic
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