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The origins of ‘collectivism’: Pierre-Joseph Proudhon’s contested legacy and the debate about property in the International Workingmen’s Association and the League of Peace and Freedom

Abstract : This paper examines how the concept of ‘collectivism’, which emerged in debates in the International Workingmen’s Association (IWMA) about how to reform landed property, was largely shaped by transnational European discussions in the late 1860s and early 1870s about Pierre-Joseph Proudhon’s ideas both within the IWMA and the initially overlapping internationalist organization, the League of Peace and Freedom.
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Edward Castleton. The origins of ‘collectivism’: Pierre-Joseph Proudhon’s contested legacy and the debate about property in the International Workingmen’s Association and the League of Peace and Freedom. Global Intellectual History, 2017, Vol. 2 (n° 2), pp.169-195. ⟨10.1080/23801883.2017.1350114⟩. ⟨halshs-02521909⟩

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