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  • History of the Haitian Independence Struggle 1791-1804
    Decree of the National Convention 1793 Broadside In the name of the Republic Léger Félicité Sonthonax November 1793 Proclamation In the name of the Republic Léger Félicité Sonthonax August 1794 Constitution 1801 The Expedition to Saint Domingue Bonaparte 1801 Act of Independence 1804 Dessalines the Flag and Independence 1804 The Detractors of the Black Race and the Republic of Haiti Louis Joseph Janvier 1882 Period of U S Domination of

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  • Revolutionary Iraq 1968 - 1973
    Domain This work is completely free Table of Contents Introduction Part One The Phase extending from July 17th 1968 to January 1974 Chapter One The Party and the Assumption of Power Chapter Two The Revolution of 17 30 July 1968 Chapter Three The Party and the Revolution Initial Stage Chapter Four The National and Democratic Tasks Chapter Five Tasks of Socialist Transformation Chapter Six The Armed Forces Chapter Seven Cultural

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  • Spanish Revolution History Section
    and Parties P O U M Partido Obrero de Unificación Marxista Art from the Revolution P O U M Posters The Spanish Revolution English Language organ of the P O U M edited in Barcelona and published in NYC by

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  • Historical Resources on Capitalism
    Historical Resources on Capitalism The White Book of Capitalism GATT The Treaty of Westphalia 1648 History Archive

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  • Encyclopedia of anti-Revisionism On-Line
    Revisionism 1956 1962 The Third Wave of Anti Revisionism and the First U S Maoists 1960 1970 The New Communist Movement The Early Groups 1969 1974 The New Communist Movement The Movement Proliferates The New Communist Movement Initial Party Building Campaigns 1973 1974 The New Communist Movement Party Building Efforts Continue 1975 1977 The New Communist Movement Birth of the Anti Dogmatist Trend 1976 1977 The New Communist Movement Crises Splits and More New Parties 1977 1980 The New Communist Movement Anti Dogmatists Unable to Unite 1978 1980 The New Communist Movement Collapse and Aftermath The New Communist Movement Major Issues and Debates Alphabetical Index to All Subsections in the U S New Communist Movement Pages Canada Post World War II Antecedent Fergus McKean The First Wave of Anti Revisionism 1964 1970 The Second Wave of Anti Revisionism 1971 1981 Crisis and Collapse 1982 1983 United Kingdom Post World War II Antecedents The First Wave of Anti Revisionism The Early 1960 s The Second Wave the Radical Youth Want a Party The Late 1960 s High Tide The Consolidation of Maoism by the Late 1970 s Ebbing Tide Decline and Dissolution Australia Anti Revisionism in Australia Belgium Anti Revisionism in

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  • Encyclopedia of Trotskyism On-Line (ETOL)
    Fourth International International Tendencies 1928 Present Tree of U S Trotskyist Organizations Writers Archive FAQ English Français Italiano Global all Entries Trotskyism and the Middle East Pseudonyms Oral Histories Newspapers and Periodicals Document Subject Index Research Institutions Books Audio Contact

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  • Dialectics
    2 Historical overview and basic concepts 3 Critique of Idealism 4 Motion is the mode of existence of matter 5 Eternal Truth 6 Freedom is the insight into necessity 7 Mathematics Chemistry example of quantity to quality and 8 The historical process of negation Dialectics as a philosophical premise Preface of A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy An outline of the materialist conception of history which is a

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  • Marx/Engels on Historical Materialism
    to the social demands of the proletariat the purely political form was stripped off the democratic claims of the petty bourgeoisie and their socialist point thrust forward Thus arose Social Democracy Chapter Seven France therefore seems to have escaped the despotism of a class only to fall back under the despotism of an individual and what is more under the authority of an individual without authority The struggle seems to be settled in such a way that all classes equally powerless and equally mute fall on their knees before the rifle butt But the revolution is thoroughgoing It is still traveling through purgatory It does its work methodically Study Guide Anti Dühring abstracts Part I Philosophy 1 The idea that all men as men have something in common and that to that extent they are equal is of course primeval But the modern demand for equality is something entirely different from that this consists rather in 2 Hegel was the first to state correctly the relation between freedom and necessity To him freedom is the insight into necessity Freedom does not consist in any dreamt of independence from natural laws but in the knowledge of these laws Part II Political Economy 1 Political economy in the widest sense is the science of the laws governing the production and exchange of the material means of subsistence in human society Production and exchange are two different functions Production may occur without exchange but exchange being necessarily an exchange of products cannot occur without production 2 Private property by no means makes its appearance in history as the result of robbery or force On the contrary It already existed though limited to certain objects in the ancient primitive communities of all civilised peoples It developed into the form of commodities within these communities

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