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  • Proudhon

    1 March 2009, by Robert Paris
    Article of Karl Marx PROUDHON Just as the first critical moves in every science are necessarily entangled in the assumptions of the science which they are intending to combat, so Proudhon’s work Qu’est ce que la propriété? is a criticism of political economy from the standpoint of political economy. Since the criticism of political economy forms the chief subject of interest, we need not here examine the legal section of the book, which criticizes law from the standpoint of law. Proudhon’s (...)

  • Why the english revolution have succeeded ?

    1 March 2009, by Robert Paris
    Karl Marx THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION Pourquoi la revolution d’Angleterre a-t-elle reussi. Discours sur l’histoire de la revolution d’Angleterre, Paris, 1850.[10] The object of M. Guizot’s pamphlet is to show why Louis Philippe and Guizot’s policy ought not to have been overthrown on the 24th February 1848, and how the reprehensible character of the French is to blame for the fact that the July monarchy of 1830 ignominiously collapsed after eighteen years of laborious existence and was not blessed (...)


    1 March 2009, by Robert Paris
    THE EIGHTEENTH BRUMAIRE OF LOUIS BONAPARTE I Hegel says somewhere that that great historic facts and personages recur twice. He forgot to add: "Once as tragedy, and again as farce." Caussidiere for Danton, Louis Blanc for Robespierre, the "Mountain" of 1848-51 for the "Mountain" of 1793-05, the Nephew for the Uncle. The identical caricature marks also the conditions under which the second edition of the eighteenth Brumaire is issued. Man makes his own history, but he does not make it out (...)

  • Democracy in America, Alexis de Tocqueville

    1 March 2009, by Robert Paris
    Chapter Summary Daily use which the Anglo-Americans make of the right of association —Three kinds of political associations —In what manner the Americans apply the representative system to associations —Dangers resulting to the State —Great Convention of 1831 relative to the Tariff —Legislative character of this Convention —Why the unlimited exercise of the right of association is less dangerous in the United States than elsewhere —Why it may be looked upon as necessary —Utility of (...)


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  • Reform or revolution, Rosa Luxemburg

    1 March 2009, by Robert Paris
    Reform or revolution, Rosa Luxemburg

  • The failure of socialism during the first world war

    1 March 2009, by Robert Paris
    James Connolly Revolutionary Unionism and War (1915) From International Socialist Review, March 1915. Transcribed by The Workers’ Web ASCII Pamphlet Project in 1997. Proofread by Chris Clayton, August 2007. Since the war broke out in Europe, and since the socialist forces in the various countries failed so signally to prevent or even delay the outbreak, I have been reading everything in American socialist papers or magazines that came to hand; to see if that failure and the reasons (...)

  • What is our programme ? - James Connolly

    1 March 2009, by Robert Paris
    "Our demands most moderate are – We only want the earth!" James Connolly: “Be Moderate” James Connolly What Is Our Programme? (1916) From Workers’ Republic, 22 January 1916. Transcribed by The James Connolly Society in 1997. We are often asked the above question. Sometimes the question is not too politely put, sometimes it is put in frantic bewilderment, sometimes it is put in wrathful objurgation, sometimes it is put in tearful entreaty, sometimes it is put by Nationalists who affect to (...)

  • Socialist reconstruction of society

    1 March 2009, by Robert Paris
    Socialist Reconstruction of Society by Daniel DeLeon An address delivered in Union Temple, Minneapolis, Minn., July 10, 1905 Originally titled The Preamble of the IWW Workingmen and Workingwomen of Minneapolis: Our chairman did not overstate the case when he said that the Industrialists’ convention, which closed its sessions day before yesterday in Chicago after two weeks of arduous labors, marks an epoch in the annals of the labor movement of America. I may add, although his words (...)

  • Comment construire un parti révolutionnaire ?

    1er mars 2009, par Robert Paris
    Par où commencer ? Lénine Mai 1901 Ces dernières années, la question : « Que faire ? » se pose avec force aux social-démocrates russes. Il ne s’agit plus de choisir une route (comme c’était le cas à la fin des années 80 et début des années 90), mais de déterminer ce que nous devons faire pratiquement sur une route connue, et de quelle façon. Il s’agit du système et du plan d’activité pratique. Il faut avouer que cette question, essentielle pour un parti d’action, relative au caractère et aux modalités de la (...)

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