|Statement||by Thomas Kirkup.|
|LC Classifications||HX39 .K5 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 406 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||406|
|LC Control Number||87904366|
History of Socialism book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This celebrated history describes the principles, policies, achieveme /5(5). A History of Socialism book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1 /5. George Lichtheim () was a German-born intellectual whose works focused on the history and theory of socialism and Marxism. He defined himself as a socialist and stated in a letter to the New York Review of Books that "I am not a liberal and never have been/5. At a time when the word “socialist” is but one of numerous political epithets that are generally divorced from the historical context of America’s political history, The Socialist Party of America presents a new, mature understanding of America’s most important minor political party of the twentieth century. From the party’s origins in the labor and populist movements at the end of the nineteenth century, to its heyday Cited by: 4.
Ludwig von Mises wrote a classic evaluation of Socialism in The title is Socialism: An Economic and Sociological Analysis. It covers the ideas behind socialism and there is a fair amount of history contained in his work. It is a scholarly work that require real effort to get through but the reader will learn a great deal by the effort. Albert Lindemann's book titled A HISTORY OF EUROPEAN SOCIALISM contained a mixture of Socialist and "Leftist" trends and laws. Lindemann was clear that the Euroepan Socialists were an oleo of men and women who often disagreed with each other more than with their outside political by: "A socialism" or "a communism" meant what today we would call "a commune". This book is a history and analysis of the first big wave of American communes, in the early s, written by the founder Reviews: 1. Books shelved as socialist-history: Socialism: Past and Future by Michael Harrington, Socialism: A Very Short Introduction by Michael Newman, Karl Kautsk.
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