Karl Kautsky on Democracy and Republicanism
Karl Kautsky on Democracy and Republicanism contains the first English-language translations of important political works by Kautsky. Ben Lewis demonstrates how Kautsky’s programmatic conclusions were positively influenced by Marx and Engels – especially the lessons they drew from the Paris Commune.
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Introduction Karl Kautskys Democratic Republicanism
Part 1 Karl Kautsky Parliamentarism and Democracy 18931911
Part 2 Karl Kautsky The Republic and Social Democracy in France 1905
Part 3 Karl Kautsky The Development of a Marxist 1924
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