Socialist History 46

Workers' Internationalism
Autumn 2014


Editorial Chris Jones ‘The Emancipation of Labour is neither a Local nor a National, but a Social Problem.’ The International Working Men’s Association’s role in promoting internationalism, 1864-1876 William A. Pelz Captain Tin Can Gustave Cluseret and the Socialist Left, 1848-1900 Alban Bargain-Villeger La Vie ouvriere A Beacon of Internationalism Ian Birchall Bringing the First World War Back In Industrial Democracy and the Repression of Radicalism in the United States during the First World War Steven Parfitt From Communist Reformism to the Socialist International The Memoirs of Milos Hajek and Michal Reiman Jan Mervart Reviews

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