Massimo Salvadori (ed.) Modern Socialism.

Biblioteca / 1960-1969

Massimo Salvadori (ed.) Modern Socialism.  

Primera edición, Palgrave Macmillan, 1968. 405 páginas.

Contents

I. INTRODUCTION

II. THE CONTINUING THREAD

       Plato’s Ideal Community

       Thomas More’s Utopia

       François-Noël Babeuf on a Communal Régime

       Manifesto of the Equals (Pierre Sylvain Maréchal)

III. SOME NINETEENTH-CENTURY SOCIALIST THINKERS

       A. Robert Owen, Practical Idealist

             New Lanark

       B. French Founding Fathers of Socialism

           Saint-Simon on Social Organization

           Saint-Simonians on Industry

           Fourier’s Phalanstery

           Proudhon on Property

       C. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels: Authoritarian Socialism

           Manifesto of the Communist Party

           Capital Explained by Engels

           The Dialectical Process in History

       D. The Anarchist Component of Socialism

            On Socialism without the State

            Sorel’s Introduction to Reflections on Violence

            Sorel on the Proletarian Strike

IV. MARXISM

      A. N. Bukharin and E. Preobrazhensky

           Communism and the Dictatorship of the Proletariat

       B. Lenin, Architect of the Socialist State

           The Professional Revolutionary

           On Transition to the Higher Form of Communism

       C. Leon Trotsky, Thinker and Doer

           Permanent Revolution

           Terrorism

           Bureaucratism

       D. Joseph Stalin, Molder of the USSR

           Stalin on Marxism-Leninism

       E. Mao Tse-tung, Molder of Communist China

           On the People’s Democratic Dictatorship

           Combat Liberalism

           Quotations on Methods of Thinking, Socialism, and Communism

V. DEMOCRATIC SOCIALISM

       A. George Bernard Shaw on Fabian Socialism

           G. B. Shaw’s Sixty Years of Fabianism

       B. Eduard Bernstein on Revisionism

           Preface [to Evolutionary Socialism]

           Democracy and Socialism

           Conclusion

       C. Principles of the Socialist International

           The 1951 Frankfurt Declaration

           From the 1962 Oslo Declaration

       D. Norman Thomas, American Democratic Socialist

           Socialist Planning

       E. Crosland’s Revision of Democratic Socialism

           The Meaning of Socialism

           Nationalisation and Planning

VI. RECENT VARIATIONS OF SOCIALISM

       A. National Communism in Yugoslavia

           Dedijer on Yugoslav Marxism-Leninism

       B. Latin American Castroism

           Che Guevara on Castroism

           Insurgency

       C. «Arab» Socialism

           The Ideology of the Ba’th Socialist Party

           From the Constitution of the Arab Ba’th Socialist Party

           Nasserite Socialism

       D. African Socialism

           Socialism for Ghana (George Padmore)

           Ujamaa: The Basis of African Socialism (J. K. Nyerere)

           The African Mode of Socialism (Leopold Senghor)

SOURCES AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

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