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The Dutch and German communist left (1900-68) : 'Neither Lenin nor Trotsky nor Stalin!' 'All workers must think for themselves!' / by Philippe Bourrinet.
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  • Alle origini del comunismo dei consigli. English
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  • The Dutch and German communist left (1900-68) : 'Neither Lenin nor Trotsky nor Stalin!' 'All workers must think for themselves!' / by Philippe Bourrinet.
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  • Leiden : Brill, 2017
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  • 1712
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  • lxii, 639 s.
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  • "This work is a revised and English translation from the Italian edition, entitled Alle origini del comunismo dei consigli. Storia della sinistra marxista olandese, published by Graphos publishers in Genoa in 1995."
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  • The Dutch-German Communist Left, represented by the German KAPD-AAUD, the Dutch KAPN and the Bulgarian Communist Workers Party, separated from the Comintern (1921) on questions like electoralism, trade-unionism, united fronts, the one-party state and anti-proletarian violence. It attracted the ire of Lenin, who wrote his Left Wing Communism, An Infantile Disorder against the Linkskommunismus, while Herman Gorter wrote a famous response in his pamphlet Reply to Lenin. The present volume provides the most substantial history to date of this tendency in the twentieth-century Communist movement. It covers how the Communist left, with the KAPD-AAU, denounced 'party communism' and 'state capitalism' in Russia; how the German left survived after 1933 in the shape of the Dutch GIK and Paul Matticks councils movement in the USA; and also how the Dutch Communistenbond Spartacus continued to fight after 1942 for the world power of the workers councils, as theorised by Pannekoek in his book Workers Councils (1946).
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  • Online version: Bourrinet, Philippe, author. Dutch and German communist left (1900-68) Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2017 ISBN 9789004325937
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  • 9789004269774 (hardback : alk. paper)
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