P. Noyes. Organization and Revolution: Working-Class Associations in the German Revolutions of 1848-1849.

Biblioteca / 1960-1969

Paul Noyes. Organization and Revolution: Working-Class Associations in the German Revolutions of 1848-1849.

Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1966.

CONTENTS

Preface

Introduction

Section I

Pre-March

1 – The Condition of the Working Class in Germany in the 1840s

2 – Socialist Theories and Workers’ Clubs

Section II

Barricades, Meetings and Clubs – Spring of 1848

3 – The Marxh Days

4 – Alternatives to Organizarion – Government Action

5 – Alternatives to Organizarion – Radical Leaders

6 – The Beginnings of Organization

Section III

The Rival Congresses – Summer of 1848

7 – The Artisan Congresses and the Guild Movement

8 – The Workers’ Congresses and the Attack on the Guilds

9 – The Frankfurt Assembly and the Workers’ Demands

Section IV

The Closing of the Ranks – Autumm, Winter and Spring, 1848-1849

10 – The Democratic Deadlock

11 – The Growth of Organization

12 – The Failure of the Governments

Section V

Defeat and Dissolution – 1849 and After

13 – The May Uprisings and the Workers’ Associations

14 – The Final Congress and the End of the Associations

Conclusion

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