Non-Market Socialism in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries - Maximilien Rubel, John Crump (editors)

In the nineteenth century, socialists as different as Marx and Kropotkin were agreed that socialism means a marketless, moneyless, wageless, classless, stateless world society. Subsequently this vision of non-market socialism has been developed by currents such as the anarcho-communists, impossibilists, council communists, Bordigists and Situationists. By tracing this development, this book challenges the assumptions of both supporters and opponents of what is conventionally regarded as socialism.

Submitted by Craftwork on January 13, 2017

Contents

Notes on the Contributors
Preface
Introduction
1. Non-Market Socialism in the Nineteenth Century - Maximilien Rubel
2. The Thin Red Line: Non-Market Socialism in the Twentieth Century - John Crump
3. Anarcho-Communism - Alain Pengam
4. Impossibilism - Stephen Coleman
5. Council Communism - Mark Shipway
6. Bordigism - Adam Buick
7. Situationism - Mark Shipway
Postscript
Select Bibliography
Index

Comments

Craftwork

6 years 2 months ago

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Submitted by Craftwork on March 27, 2017

A w0rk in progress.

imposs1904

5 years 10 months ago

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Submitted by imposs1904 on August 8, 2017

A number of John Crump's Socialist Standard articles from his time when he was a member of the SPGB can be found at the following link:

Link: John Crump