European Ideologies: A Survey of 20th Century Political Ideas

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EUROPEAN IDEOLOGIES
A Survey of 20th Century Political Ideas

Edited by Feliks Gross

Brooklyn College

New York University

WITH AN INTRODUCTION by Robert M. MacIver

Columbia University

PHILOSOPHICAL LIBRARY

NEW YORK

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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Authors v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • I - The Mechanics Of European Politics 1
  • II - Communism 47
  • Editorial Note 49
  • III - Socialism 101
  • Bibliography 195
  • IV - European Trade Unionism 197
  • Conclusion 208
  • V - Consumer Cooperation And The Freedom of Man 209
  • Editorial Note 211
  • VI - Liberalism in Crisis 229
  • Bibliography 305
  • VII - The Liberal Tradition In Russia: A. Herzen And V. Soloviev 307
  • Editorial Note 309
  • VIII - The Evolution Of Anarchism And Syndicalism: A Critical View 325
  • Editorial Note 327
  • IX - Anarchism And Anarcho-Syndicalism 343
  • Bibliography 387
  • X - Agrarianism 391
  • Editorial Note 393
  • XI - The Destinies of The Russian Peasantry (the Russian Peasant Movement) 453
  • Bibliography 481
  • XII - Catholicism And Politics 483
  • Editorial Note 485
  • XIII - Nationalism 539
  • Bibliography 583
  • XIV - Regionalism And Separatism 585
  • Bibliography 612
  • XV - Zionism 613
  • XVI - Anti-Semitism 647
  • Introduction: Before XVIII Century 649
  • XVII - The Origins of Fascism 675
  • XVIII - Fascism 695
  • Bibliography 710
  • XIX - Hispanidad And Falangism 711
  • Editorial Note 713
  • XX - Pangermanism 737
  • Editorial Note: 739
  • XXI - Nazism: Its Spiritual Roots 763
  • Bibliography 803
  • XXII - Panslavism 805
  • Editorial Note 807
  • XXIII - European Pacifism And Internationalism 913
  • I. Introduction 915
  • XXIV - European Federalism 953
  • Editorial Note 955
  • Epilogue 1011
  • The Balance Sheet 1013
  • XXV - Parallelism And Progress 1019
  • XXVI - Economic Planning Without Statism 1033
  • XXVII - Humanism and The Labor Movement 1057
  • Index 1065
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