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Economic Literature for Merchants: Handbooks, Dictionaries and Periodicals on Commerce during the 18th Century in Spain
Author/s:  Jesùs Astigarraga, Juan Zabalza 
Year:  2010 Issue: Language: English 
Pages:  34 Pg. 99-132 FullText PDF:  393 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SPE2010-001005
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This work outlines a profile of Daniel De Leon, one between the most charismatic and discussed American socialist leaders, deepening his ideological contribution to Marxist and Radical thought in the United States between the end of the Nineteenth Century and the begin of the Twentieth Century. In particular, this paper analyses the development of De Leon syndicalism theory, describing how he tried to realize it through the participation to the constitutive process of the Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.) as well analyzing the reasons that subsequently induced him to break whit the same labor union organization.
Keywords: Daniel De Leon, Industrial Workers of the World, American socialism, syndicalism theories, industrial unionism, political action
Jel Code: B 14, B 31

Jesùs Astigarraga, Juan Zabalza, in "STORIA DEL PENSIERO ECONOMICO" 1/2010, pp. 99-132, DOI:10.3280/SPE2010-001005


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