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"Essential reading for anyone interested in the wider roots and antecedents of international syndicalism and anarchism."—David Welch, University of Kent
Spanish anarchism did not emerge, fully formed, on the eve of the fascist coup attempt and subsequent Civil War. In this detailed history of Spain in the decades leading up to the cataclysm, Jason Garner investigates what most other books simply assume: the conflicting forces, goals, and strategies that combined to create the country's libertarian movement.
Jason Garner has taught at the University of Westminster and the University of Kent. He currently lives and teaches in Patagonia, Argentina.
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- Verlag: AK Press
- Seitenzahl: 320
- Erscheinungstermin: 08.02.2016
- ISBN-13: 9781849352260
- Artikelnr.: 44835863
Chapter 1: Revolutionary Syndicalism before 1917
Chapter 2: The Early Years of the CNT: Germination
Chapter 3: Revolutionary Politics and Revolutionary syndicalism
Chapter 4: An Independent Revolutionary Syndicalist International
Chapter 5: Early conflicts between anarchist and syndicalism
Chapter 6: Ideological conflict in the first years of the Primo de Rivera dictatorship
Chapter 7: Exile in France: International Solidarity and National Disunity
Chapter 8: Anarchist organization and syndicalist (Over)-Reaction