Bourgeois Radicals

Author: Carol Anderson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521763789
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Bourgeois Radicals explores the NAACP's key role in the liberation of Africans and Asians across the globe even as it fought Jim Crow on the home front during the long civil rights movement.

The Radical Bourgeoisie

Author: Katherine Auspitz
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521526869
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Jean Mace, Les Origines de la Ligue de 1'enseignement, 1861-18701 MOST
RESPECTED WRITERS AGREE that in 1848 the bourgeois revolutionary ceased
to exist. The term became, as "bourgeois gentleman" had once been, a ludicrous
oxymoron. Confronted with the violent literalism of the poor, bourgeois radicals
abandoned fraternity for repression and enlightened criticism for pious cant. The
heirs of 1789, men of the commercial and industrial classes, free professionals,
and ...

How Revolutionary Were The Bourgeois Revolutions

Author: Neil
Publisher: Haymarket Books
ISBN: 160846265X
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These claims for uniqueness, understandable as a response to conservative
attacks, were nevertheless analytically untenable, as various bourgeois radicals
from Mackintosh onward had demonstrated by drawing the inescapable historical
parallels with the Dutch Revolt and the english Civil war.33 From the 1830s,
working-class radicals—at least those who saw themselves as socialists or
communists—tended to follow the tradition of Babeuf rather than Paine and were
consequently ...

A History Of Christian Thought From Its Judaic And Hellenistic Origins To Existentialism

Author: Paul Tillich
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0671214268
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The Bourgeois Radicals There was in the time that Marx was starting his work a
group of people whom we can call liberal radicals. On the basis of the principle of
autonomy in bourgeois society a liberal radicalism developed. A man whose
name you should at least know is Max Stirner (1806-1856) who wrote a book
entitled The Individual and His Right.1 In this very radical book he tried to remove
all the overarching norms which traditional society, including the Enlightenment,
had ...

Economy Difference Empire

Author: Gary Dorrien
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231526296
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Marx furiously denounced the bourgeoisie while trying to bring it to power.
Harrington explained the contradiction by granting Marx a weakness for dramatic
motivational language. Marx's specter and funeral language was obviously
premature; thus he advocated tactical alliances with Chartists in England,
agrarian reformers in the United States, petty-bourgeois radicals in France, and
the bourgeoisie itself in Germany.16 But what kinds of alliances did he want?
Near the end of the ...

After Chartism

Author: Margot C. Finn
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521525985
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Bourgeois. radical. nationalism. and. the. working. class,. 1848-1858. I too
participate in the lively recollections of former times. . . The French Revolution of
1848 brought us to nearly a stand still, and the apprehension which then seized
nearly the whole of us above the common labourers is still to some extent upon
us. What good things we should have achieved but for that apprehension it is
impossible for me to conjecture but ... I hope yet to live to see the completion of
Free Trade, ...

The Revolution Of 1800

Publisher: University of Virginia Press
ISBN: 9780813924137
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A rough historiographical consensus seems to have emerged that the
Jeffersonian principles of 1800 flowed unproblematically from the radical
Enlightenment doctrines that legitimated the Atlantic world's popular political
activism of the 1790s. Like Paine, the United Irishmen, the members of the
London Corresponding Society, and most of the French revolutionaries, this
account goes, the Jeffersonians were bourgeois radicals who believed that the
establishment of a progressive, just ...

Ballots And Barricades

Author: Ronald Aminzade
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9780691028712
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When these bourgeois radicals were defeated by conservatives in the April 1 848
election, workers took to the barricades, where they faced the bullets and
cannons of the "forces of order," whose ranks included liberal Republicans. In the
polarized political situation that followed, radicals and socialists forged a
Mountain alliance which liberal Republicans refused to join. In March 1849,
when the government decided to arrest and try local radical and socialist leaders
of the Mountain, ...

History Humanity And Evolution

Author: James Richard Moore
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521524780
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I talk of a 'rag-bag' of radical doctrines. But the point of this essay is to show that
Matthew's appendix was not a chance juxtaposition of radicalism and
transformism. Even the prima facie evidence should make us sceptical of
accepting the link as fortuitous. After all, Edinburgh University in the Regency
period and later produced a number of bourgeois radicals who embraced the
ideologues' self-developing nature: not only Matthew, but free-thinkers like the
dandy Robert Knox, ...

The Revolution Betrayed

Author: Leon Trotsky
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486119831
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The epidemic sympathy of bourgeois radicals and socialist bourgeois for the
ruling stratum of the Soviet Union has causes that are not unimportant. In the
circle of professional politicians, notwithstanding all differences of program, there
is always a predominance of those friendly to such “progress” as is already
achieved or can easily be achieved. There are incomparably more reformers in
the world than revolutionists, more accommodationists than irreconcilables. Only
in exceptional ...