Auteur: Proudhon, Pierre-Joseph
Titel: The General Idea of the Revolution In The Nineteenth Century
Proudhon (1809-1865) was a French socialist and anarchist whose concept of socialism revolved around the ideas of voluntary association, free credit, federalism and worker's autonomy. In this volume his ideas are brought together in a systematic form and his main themes are outlined. The book promotes the necessity for a far-reaching social revolution which will transform the very basis of existing economic relationships.
1989, 302 pag., Euro 10,15
Pluto Press, London, ISBN 9781853050671
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