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Economic Literature for Merchants: Handbooks, Dictionaries and Periodicals on Commerce during the 18th Century in Spain

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  • Jesùs Astigarraga
  • Juan Zabalza
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    Questo saggio delinea un profile di Daniel de Leon, figura fra le più carismatiche e discusse fra i leaders del socialismo Americano. Si approfondisce il suo contributo al pensiero marxista e radicale negli Stati Uniti fra la fine del 19° secolo e l’inizio del 20° secolo. In particolare questo saggio analizza lo sviluppo della teoria del sindacato di De Leon e descrive come egli abbia cercato di realizzarla attraverso la partecipazione al processo costitutivo della "Industrial Workers of the World" (I.W.W). Inoltre si analizzano le ragioni che successivamente lo hanno indotto a rompere i rapporti con la stessa organizzazione sindacale.

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    Article provided by FrancoAngeli Editore in its journal HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT AND POLICY.

    Volume (Year): html10.3280/spe2010-001005 (2010)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 99-132

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