Lessons of the Spanish Revolution

Binh, Pham

Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX14028


Table of Contents


Part I:
I. The Elections of February 1936
II. The Militarists' Uprising of July 1936
III. The Revolution at the Cross-roads
IV. Anarchist Dictatorship or Collaboration and Democracy
V. The C.N.T. and the U.G.T.
VI. The C.N.T. Joins the Government
VII. The C.N.T. and Political Action
VIII. The Corruption of Power
IX. The Agricultural Collectives
X. The Collectivized Industries
XI. The Communists: Spearhead of the Counter-Revolution
XII. The "May Days" in Barcelona
XIII. The Revolutionary Significance of the "May Days"
XIV. The C.N.T. and the Caballero Government Crisis
XV. The F.A.I and the Political Struggle

Part II:
XVI. From the Militias to Militarization
XVII. The Extended National Economic Plenum of January 1938
XVIII. The U.G.T.-C.N.T. Pact
XIX. The Cult of the Organization and of Personalities
XX. The Rank and File Responsibility
XXI. Some Conclusions
Anarchism and Syndicalism
Anarchism and Violence
Means and Ends

Bibliographical Postscript

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