Brochures du S.P.G.B. (1905-1940)

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15 brochures du Parti socialiste de Grande-Bretagne (S.P.G.B.), organisation marxiste non-léniniste que les habitué-e-s de notre site commencent à connaître, dont seulement 4 sont actuellement numérisées. Tout nouveau scan sera le bienvenu.

N°1: Manifesto of the Socialist Party of Great Britain. With declaration of principles and rules (1905)

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N°2: From handicraft to capitalism (Karl Kautsky). (Specially translated from the German by H.J. Neumann for the Socialist Party of Great Britain and approved by the author) (1906)

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N°3: Art, Labour and Socialism (William Morris) (1907)

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N°4: The Working Class (The Proletariat) (Karl Kautsky) (1908)

N°5: The Capitalist Class (Karl Kautsky) (Specially translated from the German by H.J. Neumann for the Socialist Party of Great Britain and approved by the author) (1908)

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N°6: Socialism & religion (1910)

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N°7: The Socialist Party vs The Liberal Party (1911)

[texte sur le site SPGB][texte sur wikisource]

N°8: Socialism Versus Tariff Reform : Being a Report of a debate between J. Fitzgerald, Representing the Socialist Party of Great Britain And Mr. Samuel Samuels Prospective Conservative Candidate (1912)

N°9: Socialism (1920)

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N°10: Why capitalism will not collapse. Our view of the crisis (1932)

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N°11: The SPGB and Questions Of The Day (1932)

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[Il existe un pdf numérisé de la réédition de 1953]

N°12: The Socialist Party, its principles and policy (1934)

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N°13: War and the working class (1936)

spgb13[texte]

Hors numérotation: The Czech crisis and the workers (1938)

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N°14: Should socialists support Federal Union? Report of a debate between Federal Union (Barbara Wootton) and Socialist Party of Great Britain (E. Hardy) (1940)

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Les brochures suivantes ne semblent plus être numérotées « S.P.G.B. Library ».


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