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Anarchist Economics: an alternative for a world in crisis


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The economics of the Spanish Libertarian Collectives 1936–39.

Despite the fact that Spain and 1936 have produced a wide range of debate and publications, little has been written on the economics of that revolution, in which hundreds of collectives were established by the revolutionary working class in city and country, acting on inspiration from the National Confederation of Labour (CNT), the syndicalist union. In this pamphlet the author examines the adoption of ideas on the economic re-organisation of society and their approval at the 1936 CNT Congress prior to the July uprising which left half of Spain under fascist control. By analysing these ideas in general and by looking at some of the anarchist collectives created in 1936, he assesses the success of these experiments which constituted the lifestyle of thousands of people for up to three years and draws conclusions on the day to day improvements that were produced.

Product Code: 4076


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