lost literature of socialism by Watson, George

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Published by Lutterworth Press in Cambridge, England .

Written in English

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  • Socialism -- History

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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StatementGeorge Watson.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHX36 .W36 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination112 p. ;
Number of Pages112
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6855622M
ISBN 100718829832
LC Control Number00363993
OCLC/WorldCa40684124

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George Watson is Fellow in English at St. John’s College, Cambridge. He has published a number of books on literature and political thought, including 'The Literary Critics', its sequel, 'Never Ones for Theory?', 'The English Ideology', 'Lost Literature of Socialism' and 'Take Back the Past', also published by The Lutterworth Press/5(7).

The truth about the underlying nature of socialism as revealed in this book, has itself been “lost” — more like buried. University chancellors, if they were doing their duty, would counter the subversive staff-capture of their institutions by placing this book on a compulsory reading list, and expect it to be seriously discussed/5.

The literature of socialism is lost only in the sense of not having been read for a very long time. George Watson has been re-reading this literature as a professional literary critic, with strong interests in both political affairs and the history of ideas.

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John's College, Cambridge. He has published a number of books on literature and political thought, including The Literary Critics, its sequel, Never Ones for Theory?, The English Ideology, Lost Literature of Socialism and Take Back the Past, also published by The Lutterworth Press.

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George Watson has been re-reading this literature as a professional literary critic, with strong interests in both political affairs and the history of ideas.

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In reality, there were a number of other so-called ‘socialist’ trends at the time. These Marx and Engels analysed in a chapter of the Manifesto entitled ‘Socialist and Communist Literature.’ Today, most are mere curiosities: Feudal socialism, clerical socialism, petty-bourgeois socialism, German or ‘True’ socialism.

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Socialism also became a powerful force in parts of Latin America, Asia, and Africa. The idea of socialism has given normative grounding and orientation to the outrage over capitalism for more than years, and yet today it seems to have lost much of its appeal. Despite growing discontent, many would hesitate to invoke socialism when it comes to envisioning life beyond capitalism.

How can we explain the rapid decline of this once powerful idea?If she sensed that the pages of a book were disturbed, if Father's shadow played along the walls of the room, then my mother feared that another exodus lay ahead Before uncertain departures, my father would often mark down the tally of his lost, discovered, abandoned, forgotten, and renewed fatherlands, states, and monarchies.

George Orwell’s defines the booming genre of dystopian literature, but Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World provided a more accurate prophecy of the future. In another of his works, Ends and Means, Huxley offered deep insights into why people choose to become atheists. In a time when 26 percent of Americans are unaffiliated with any religion, and the number of atheists and .

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