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  • May Day - About the International Workers' Holiday
    Twenty five Years of Eight Hour Propaganda 1914 James Connolly Changes 1914 Second Congress of AFL 1st session 2nd session 3rd session 1882 See also a selection of the many Songs and Poems the Eight Hour movement inspired Origins Haymarket The eight hours working day movement lies at the bottom of the whole affair Early in 1886 the Chicago employers were filching away from their employed the priviledge recently unreasonable length than ten or eleven hours Against this familiar device of the masters many meetings of the men were held in Chicago in the earlier months of 1886 One of these meetings was called in the Haymarket for the evening of May 4th It was called by the Anarchists A special protest was to be made against the killing of seven unarmed people a few days earlier outside McCormick s premises by Pinkerton detectives Eleanor Marx Aveling and Edward Aveling The Chicago Anarchists Eleanor Marx Aveling and Edward Aveling The Chicago Anarchists Eugene Debs The Martyred Apostles of Labor Art Young Haymarket Square Chicago May 4 1886 Haymarket Defendants The Accused the accusers the famous speeches of the eight Chicago anarchists in court when asked if they had anything to say why sentence should not be passed upon them On October 7th 8th and 9th 1886 Chicago Mother Jones from her Autobiography The Haymarket Tragedy 1925 See also Songs and Poems about the Haymarket Affair International May Day A great international demonstration shall be organized for a fixed date in such a manner that the workers in all countries and in all cities shall on a specified day simultaneously address to the public authorities a demand to fix the workday at eight hours and to put into effect the other resolutions of the International Congress of Paris In view of the fact that such a demonstration has already been resolved upon by the American Federation of Labor at its convention of December 1888 in St Louis for May 1 1890 that day is accepted as the day for the international demonstration The workers of the various nations shall organize the demonstration in a manner suited to conditions in their country Resolution introduced by Raymond Lavigne International Socialist Congress Paris July 20 1889 Resolution International Socialist Conference 1904 May Day in Russia Manifesto of the Bund 1908 Soviet May Day Yes the celebration of May Day has truly been made official It has been celebrated by the state The might of the state was evident in many ways But is it not intoxicating to think that the state until recently our worst enemy now belongs to us and has celebrated 1 May as its greatest festival And yet take my word if this festival had only been official it would have produced nothing but coldness and emptiness But no the popular masses the navy the Red Army all true working people put their efforts towards it And we can therefore say that this festival of labour has never been so beautiful

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  • Yugoslavia
    Yugoslavia during World War II He was elected Prime Minister of Yugoslavia in 1945 and in 1974 he was named President for life a position he held until his death in 1980 Full biography Tito and His People A chronicle of the Yugoslav resistance including a biographical sketch of Josip Broz Tito and information regarding the history of Yugoslavia through the eyes of American author Howard Fast First published in 1944 Maps of Yugoslavia from the Partisan Resistance era Dismemberment of Yugoslavia by Germany Italy and their allies in April 1941 562 K Liberated and semi liberated territory at the end of 1942 438 K Liberated territory in Yugoslavia and grouping of forces of the People s Liberation Army of Yugoslavia and of the invaders towards the end of September 1944 1 MB Maps from Tito Selected Military Writings Vojnoizdavčki Zavod Belgrade 1966 Writings from the People s Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1946 1963 Peace and Greece Ales Bebler October 1948 Speech of Dr Ales Bebler Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Acting Chief of the Delegation of the F P R of Yugoslavia to the Third Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations Delivered before the First Committee of the General Assembly on October 27 1948 Communism and Fatherland by Boris Ziherl 1949 Self Management in Yugoslavia Excerpt from the Basic Law on Management of State Economic Enterprises and Higher Economic Associations by the Workers Collective 1950 Workers Manage Factories in Yugoslavia by Marshal Tito 1950 Branko Pribi evi Archive Pribi evi was one of the most prominent political scientists in the former Yugoslavia His PhD thesis was published in 1959 as The shop stewards movement and workers control 1910 1922 The Praxis Group A Marxist humanist journal which stressed the significance of the early humanists writings of Marx and pleaded for a creative adaptation of Marxism in the context of Yugoslav self management Gajo Petrovi Archive One of the main theorists in the Praxis Group and long time editor of the journal Praxis Petrovi was one of the leaders of the Yugoslav critique of Stalinist philosophical ideas after the early 1950s His philosophical views evolved towards an interpretation of Marxism based on the philosophical works of the young Marx Trotskyist Writings on Yugoslavia Letter to Yugoslav Comrades L D Trotsky October 10 1920 Discussion On Yugoslavia The Tito Stalin Split 1947 1951 On the Class Nature of the People s Democracies Tony Cliff July 1950 Stalin s Satellites in Europe Tony Cliff 1952 First Balance Sheet of the Yugoslav Affair Ernest Mandel July 1951 On the Workers and Peasants Government Ernest Mandel April 1984 Writings of Michel Pablo The Yugoslav Affair August 1948 Evolution of Yugoslav Centrism October 1949 Yugoslavia and Permanent Revolution January 1950 Anarchist Writings on Yugoslavia Birth of a Revolutionary Movement in Yugoslavia Fredy Perlman 1969 Enver Hoxha on Tito After many patient efforts to bring the renegade Tito into line when they were convinced he was incorrigible Stalin the Bolshevik Party and

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  • Subjects of the Soviet Union
    MIA Subject USSR Subject Archive Soviet History Archive

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  • Encyclopedia of Marxism

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  • Encyclopedia of Marxism: A
    Federation Of Organisations Of Democratic Rights All Russia Conference of Menshevik and Affiliated Organisations All Russia Conference of Soviets All Russian Central Executive Committee All Russian Conference of Bolsheviks All Russian Congress of Co operative Associations All Russian Congress of Peasants Deputies All Russian Congress of Soviets All Russian Congress of the Soviet All Russian Democratic Conference All Ukraine Army Congress June 5 12 1917 Allende Salvador 1908 73 Alliance Politics Allman George James 1812 1898 Althusser Louis 1918 1990 Amarnath S 1981 America First Committee American Appeal 1926 1927 American Artists Congress American Federation of Labor American Labor Party American Socialist 1914 1917 American Socialist 1956 1959 Amter Israel 1881 1954 Analogy Analysis and Synthesis Anarchism Anarchist Cookbook Anarcho Syndicalism Andersen Hans Christian 1805 1875 André Edgar 1894 1936 Andrade David 1859 1928 Andropov Yuri 1914 1984 Angadi Ayana Veerayaswami 1903 1993 Anglo Russian Trade Union Unity Committee Anneke Friedrich 1818 1872 Annenkov P W 1812 87 Anrooy Henriette Anthony Pillai Caroline 1908 present Anthony Pillai Sebastian Cyril Constantine Tony 1914 2000 Anthropologism Anti Socialist Law 1878 Exceptional Law or Law of Exclusion Antinomy Antonov Ovseyenko Vladimir 1884 1939 Anvil 1952 1960 Appanraj Karuppiah 1923 2007 Appeal to Reason

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  • Encyclopedia of Marxism: B
    1883 1972 Beehive The 1862 76 Beesly Edward Spencer 1831 1915 Begum Roquia c 1880 1932 Behaviourism Being Belani Jagu Bhatt 1928 present Belinsky Vissarion 1811 1848 Bell Thomas 1882 1944 Bellamy Edward 1850 1898 Belli Mihri 1915 Belorussia Communist Party of Ben Bella Ahmed 1916 Benjamin Walter 1892 1940 Benjedid Chadli 1929 Bentham Jeremy 1748 1832 Berger Victor Louis Luitpold 1860 1929 Beria Lavrenti 1899 1953 Berkeley George 1685 1753 Berlin 1929 aka Adventurism in Berlin Berman Marshall 1940 11th September 2013 Bernal J D John Desmond Bernal 1901 1971 Berne International Conference Berner Tagwacht Berne Reveille Bernstein Edward 1850 1932 Bernsteinism Berzin Ian Karlovich 1889 1938 Bhagavan Ramalingam Saravana 1927 1989 Bill of the 104 Billings Warren K 1893 1972 Biribi Birzheviye Vedomosti Birzheviye Vedomosti Stock Exchange Recorder Bismarck Otto von 1815 1898 Black Hundreds Black Panther Party Blanc Louis 1811 1882 Bland William Bill 1916 2001 Blanqui Louis Auguste 1805 1881 Blanquists Blenkle Konrad 1901 43 Bloc of Four Classes Bloch Ernst 1885 1977 Bloody Sunday Bloor Ella Reeve Mother 1862 1951 Blyumkin or Blurakin 1929 Bnrtzey Vladinir Lyovich 1862 1936 Boda Tulsidas Dayalji 1923 2003 Bogdanov Aleksandr A 1873 1928 Bogdanov B 1884 1919 Bohr Niels 1885 1962 Bolshevik Congresses Bolshevik Leninist Party of India Bolshevik party Bolshevik Samasamaja Party Boltzmann Ludwig 1844 1906 Bolívar Simón 1783 1830 Bonaparte Napoleon III Bonapartism Boran Behice 1910 1987 Bordiga Amadeo 1889 1970 Borkenau Franz 1900 1957 Born Max 1882 1970 Bornstedt Adalbert von 1808 1851 Borochov Ber 1881 1917 Bose Dulal 1918 2001 Bottomore Thomas Burton T B 1920 1992 Boudin Louis B 1874 1952 Bourgeois Democracy Bourgeois Society or capitalism Bourgeoisie Bowerman Charles William 1851 1947 Boxer or I Ho T uan Rebellion Bracke Wilhelm 1842 80 Bradlaugh Charles 1833 1891 Brand Brandes Georg Morris 1842 1927

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  • Encyclopedia of Marxism: C
    Boda Chen Po ta 1904 1989 Chen Duxiu Ch en Tu hsiu 1879 1942 Chernov Victor Mikhailovich 1876 1952 Chernyenko Konstantin d 1984 Chernyshevksy Nikolai 1828 1889 Chiang Kai Shek 1887 1975 Chicherin Georgi 1872 1936 Chief Land Committee Chinese revolution of 1927 Chkheidze Group Chkheidze Nikolai Semyonovich 1864 1926 Chomsky Noam 1928 Churchill Winston Spencer 1874 1965 Circuits of Capital Citizen Citoyen Bürger Citizens Alliance Civil Rights Movement U S Civil Society Civilisation Clarion London 1891 1894 Clarion Manchester 1949 1960 Clark Thomas 1857 Class Class Struggle The New York City 1917 1919 Classification Clausewitz General Carl von 1780 1831 Clemenceau Georges 1841 1929 Cliff Tony 1917 2000 Clynes John 1869 1849 Coalition Provisional Government Cognition Cohn Oskar 1869 1934 Cold War Collaboration Cologne Communist Trial 1852 Combate Portugal 1974 1978 Combination Combinatory Althusser Combined and Uneven Development Law of Command Economy Commercialisation Commodification Commodity Commonweal Communism Communist CPGB Weekly 1920 1923 Communist International Old New Series 1919 1926 Communist International Comintern Communist International Congress of Communist International Dissolution Communist International First Congress March 2 6 1919 Communist Labor Party of America Communist League Communist Party of Belorussia Communist Party of Estonia Communist Party of Finland Communist Party of German Austria Communist Party of Germany KPD Communist Party of Hungary Communist Party of Latvia Communist Party of Lithuania Communist Party of Russia Extraordinary Seventh Congress Communist Party of Switzerland Communist Party of the Netherlands Communist Party of the Soviet Union Congress of Communist Party of the Ukraine Communist Review CPGB Monthly 1921 1924 Communist Workers Party of Germany KAPD Communist Workers Party of Poland Communist The Series 1919 1921 Communists Communitarianism Community Company Company promotion scandals Germany 1870s Compromisers Comte Auguste 1798 1857 Concentration of capital Concept Concrete and Abstract Labour Concrete in Thought Real Concrete Althusser Condorcet Marquis

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  • Encyclopedia of Marxism: D
    George Caldera de Souza Anthony Theodoric Armand Doric 1914 1987 de Tocqueville Alexis 1805 59 De Tribune de Zylva Terrence N 1887 1960 Debord Guy 1931 1994 Debs Eugene 1855 1926 December 10 Society of Declaration of 83 Deduction Defencism Definition Degeyter Pierre Degmer Sefik Hüsnü 1887 1959 Deism Democracy Democratic Centralism Democratic Dictatorship of the Proletariat and Peasantry Democritus of Abdera c 460 370 Demokratisches Wochenblatt Demuth Frederick 1851 1929 Demuth Helene 1823 1890 Denegation Althusser Deng Xiaoping 1904 1997 Denikin Anton 1872 1947 Departments of Capital Depression The Great Der Strom The Stream Derrida Jacques b 1930 Descartes Rene 1596 1650 Dessiatine desyatina or dessyatine Determinate Indeterminate Determinism Deutsch Französische Jahrbücher Deutsche Worte German Words Deutscher Isaac 1907 1967 Devaldes Manuel 1875 1956 Development Development Uneven Althusser Deville Gabriel 1854 1940 Dewey John 1859 1952 Dharmakulasingham C Dharmapuri Pazhani Velayudham Dialectic of Consciousness Althusser Dialectical Materialism Dialectics Dictatorship Dictatorship of the Bourgeoisie Dictatorship of the Proletariat Diderot Denis 1713 1784 Die Gleichheit Equality Die Glocke Die Internationale Sozialistische Kommission zu Bern Bulletin Die Jugendinternationale Youth International Die Neue Zeit Dietzgen Joseph 1828 88 Difference Dilthey Wilhelm 1833 1911 Dimitrov Georgi Mikhailovich 1882 1949 Direct Struggle Discrete Dislocation Althusser

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