4 edition of Collectives in the Spanish Revolution found in the catalog.
Collectives in the Spanish Revolution
Translation of Espagne libertaire (1936-1939)
|Statement||[by] Gaston Leval [i.e. P. R. Piller] ; translated from the French by Vernon Richards.|
|Contributions||Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||HX342 .P5513 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||368 p. :|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||76363935|
The Spanish civil war and revolution A short history of the Spanish civil war and revolution which broke out in response to the right-wing and fascist coup attempt of General Franco. The war lasted for three years and ended with Franco's victory, aided by fascist Italy and Nazi Germany. The Spanish collectives of have been presented by the anarchists as the perfect model for revolution. According to them they allowed worker self—management of the economy, meant the abolition of bureaucracy, increased the efficiency of work and — wonder of wonders — they were “the work of the workers themselves.
A chapter from Augustin Souchy's book "With The Peasants Of Aragon: Libertarian Communism in the Liberated Areas". Available March from all good booksellers. Author Name Leval, Gaston. Title Collectives in the Spanish Revolution. Binding PAPERBACK. Book Condition New. Publisher PM Press. ISBN Number .
Buy The Anarchist Collectives: Workers' Self-Management in the Spanish Revolution by Dolgoff, Sam (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2). The book originally appeared in in Spanish, finally appeared in English in but soon went out of print, and is now, finally, readily available (see contact details at end). (A much-abridged version appeared in one volume in English in , called the Anarchists in .
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Collectives in the Spanish Revolution book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(10). Collectives in the Spanish Revolution is a unique account of this transformative process—a work combining impeccable research and analysis with lucid reportage.
Its author, Gaston Leval, was not only a participant in the Revolution and a dedicated anarcho-syndicalist but an especially knowledgeable eyewitness to the many industrial and. Collectives in the Spanish Revolution demonstrates clearly that the working class are perfectly capable of running farms, factories, workshops, and health and public services without bosses or managers.
It proves that anarchist methods of organizing, with decisions made from the bottom up, can work effectively in large-scale industry, involving Cited by: 9. The Spanish Revolution was a workers' social revolution that began during the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War in and resulted in the widespread implementation of anarchist and more broadly libertarian socialist organizational principles throughout various portions of the country for two to three years, primarily Catalonia, Aragon, Andalusia, and parts of the Valencian on: Various regions of Spain – primarily Madrid.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Leval, Gastón. Collectives in the Spanish Revolution. London: Freedom Press, (OCoLC) Document Type. The available literature in English on the Spanish civil war and in particular on the Spanish revolution from to is pretty limited.
This book fills the gap to some extent by presenting that history from the perspective of the anarchists who led the revolution/5. Collectives in the Spanish revolution - Gaston Leval.
collective_bread.jpg. The Spanish revolution was the work of the people, realised by the people, but especially by the libertarians, who came from the people, who were at the heart of the people and of the syndical organisations.
A ration book to be issued which will be valid for. Revolution and Counterrevolution’) calls “a far reaching social revolution more profound in some respects than the Bolshevik revolution in its early stages”. This book can only deal with a few of the collectives that were established in Spain during the struggle against Franco, for, as the author points out, there were agricultural Brand: Christiebooks.
The collectives described in this book were not the results of virginal popular spontaneity, important as popular spontaneity was, nor were they nourished exclusively by the collectivist legacy of traditional Spanish village society.
It is not surprising that the most communistic collectives in the Spanish Revolution appeared in the. Although the collectives of the Spanish Republic survived only for a brief “moment in the sun”, they serve as a shining practical example of the way in which ordinary people can spontaneously organise a just and sustainable society at short notice, and in the absence of anything much in the way of a central authority.
In that sense, they. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
The Spanish collectivists were well aware of the benefits cooperation brings to all involved. In this, the Spanish collectives easily reached a perfection far beyond anything capitalism has ever been able to provide. Collectives in the Spanish Revolution is not the only documentary material available about the Spanish Revolution.
Both. Book Review: ‘The Anarchist Collectives: Workers Self-Management in the Spanish Revolution ’, ed. Sam Dolgoff () Ap Ap perrytwinkle As a radical historian, interested in the history of protest, trade unions and the organisation of the working classes I have been intrigued and enthralled by the issues.
The Anarchist Collectives reveals a very different understanding of the nature of radical social change and the means of achieving it.
Sam Dolgoff, editor of the best anthology of Bakunin's writings, has now produced an excellent documentary history of the Anarchist collective in Spain. Although there is a vast literature on the Spanish Civil War, this is the first book in English that is. independent, radical, bookshop, books, clothing, flags.
From Socialism & Marxism to ANTIFA & Irish Republic. A unique account of worker-run collectives in Revolutionary Spain combining eyewitness documentation with keen analysis of a unique historical moment. Description: Revolutionary Spain came about with an explosion of social change so advanced and sweeping that it remains widely studied as one of the foremost experiments.
The Anarchist Collectives Workers’ Self-management in the Spanish Revolution – Sam Dolgoff, Murray Bookchin “Varied, complex, often inspiring, the achievement of the people in Spain is unique in the history of 20th century revolution.
Collective Architectures, a Spanish Revolution. were distributed throughout the spanish territory. this book captures the whole adventure. Communism and the Spanish Civil War: Cattell, David Tredwell: 4: Anarchists in the Spanish Political Crisis: Peirats, Jose; Slocombe, M.A.; Hollow, P.
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Just found out this amazing book is online. A bit dry but it's an excellent resource of research on what IMO is the best revolution in history so far: "The anarchist collectives: workers' self-management in the Spanish revolution " by Sam Dolgoff.
This article explores the history of rural collectivization in the Republican zone throughout the Spanish Revolution and civil war ().
It is based on a variety of underused primary sources.The CNT in the Spanish Revolution is the history of one of the most original and audacious, and arguably also the most far-reaching, of all the twentieth-century revolutions. It is the history of the giddy years of political change and hope in s Spain, when the so-called?Generation of?36?, Peirats?
own generation, rose up against the oppressive structures of Spanish society.Praise “Collectives in the Spanish Revolution demonstrates clearly that the working class are perfectly capable of running farms, factories, workshops, and public services without bosses or managers dictating to them.” —Stuart Christie, author of The Floodgates of Anarchy.