Philippe Bourrinet. The Dutch and German Communist Left (1900–68).

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Philippe Bourrinet. The Dutch and German Communist Left (1900-68) ‘Neither Lenin nor Trotsky nor Stalin!’ ‘All Workers Must Think for Themselves!’  

Primera edición, Alle origini del comunismo dei consigli. Storia della sinistra marxista olandese. Génova, Graphos, 1995.

Edición en inglés, Leiden, Brill, 2017. 700 páginas.

Contents

Introduction

PART 1

From Tribunism to Communism (1900-18)

1 – Origins and Formation of the ‘Tribunist’ Current (1900-14)

2 – Pannekoek and ‘Dutch’ Marxism in the Second International

3 – The Dutch Tribunist Current and the First World-War (1914-18)

PART 2

The Dutch Communist Left and the World-Revolution (1919-27)

4 – The Dutch Left in the Comintern (1919-20)

5 – Gorter, the kapd and the Foundation of the Communist Workers’ International (1921-7)

PART 3

The GIC from 1927 to 1940

Introduction to Part 3: The Group of International Communists: From Left-Communism to Council-Communism

6 – The Birth of the gic (1927-33)

7 – Towards a New Workers’ Movement? The Record of Council-Communism (1933-5)

8 – Towards State-Capitalism: Fascism, Anti-Fascism, Democracy, Stalinism, Popular Fronts and the ‘Inevitable War’ (1933-9)

9 – The Dutch Internationalist Communists and the Events in Spain (1936-7)

PART 4

Council-Communism during and after the War (1939-68)

10 – From the ‘Marx-Lenin-Luxemburg Front’ to the Communistenbond Spartacus (1940-42)

11 – The Communistenbond Spartacus and the Council-Communist Current (1942-68)

Conclusion

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