Socialism and Democracy in Europe

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INDEX
Allemane, 77
American Socialist Party platform, 341
Amsterdam Congress, 228
Anarchy, 29, 65, 127
Anselee, 122
Anti-militarism, in France, 110- 112; in Belgium, 129; in Germany, 201-202
Anti-Socialist Law (German), 160-167
Asquith, Premier, and the Par-liament Bill, 238-240
Austria, revolution in, 47
Bakunin, 65, 71
Barthou, on French post-office strike, 97; on railway strike, 101
Bebel, August, 155, 158; on Anti-Socialist Law, 161, 162, 163, 165, 166; arrest of, 167; candidate for President of Reichstag, 190; on defeat of Socialism, 1907, 194; on inheritance tax, 188; as a party leader, 264; on new Alsatian Constitution, 198; on milltarism, 202-203; on participation in legislation, 188, 189; on party discipline, 177, 193, 195, 196; on Socialism in United States. 268
Belgium, 118-145; government of, 121-122; co-operative movement in, 140-145; agrarian movement in, 142; nature of Belgian Socialism, 143-144; labor organizations in, 122-125; Labor Party in Parliament, 133-135; political parties in, 121; poverty and illiteracy in, 118-120, 125,
Bernstein, Ed., 192
Bibliography, 273-279
Bismarck and Lassalle, 154; and Reichstag suffrage, 158; and repression of Socialism, 159-161; Anti-Socialist Law, 160-168; and State Insurance, 168-169
Blanc, Louis, 13, 26-28, 62; Lassalle adopts plan of, 152
Bourgeoisie, defined, 2
Bourse du Travail, 77, 80; federation of, 77; organization of, 105-106
Brentano, Prof., on Socialism in U. S., 269
Briand, Aristide, 78, 81, 91, 97; became Prime Minister, 97; program of legislation, 98; and the railway strike, 99- 104
Broussé, 76, 105
Brussels, city of refuge, 122; demonstrations in, 127, 128, 139-140; Maison du Peuple of, 144
Burns, John, 215; in cabinet, 228, 234; on right to work 244; on Socialism in U. S.,
Cabet, 23
Carlyle, on Chartist movement, "C. G. T." See Syndicalists and Syndicalism

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