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  Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome.
The Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome is a domed sports stadium in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The 1985 Baseball All-Star Game, games of the 1987 and the 1991 World Series, Super Bowl XXVI in 1992, and the 2001 NCAA Final Four were all held at the Metrodome.
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 Syndicalism
Anarchosyndicalism came to be a prominent force in France two decades before the First World War.
Hubert Lagardelle wrote that Pierre-Joseph Proudhon formed the fundamental theories of anarchosyndicalism; his repudiation of both capitalism and socialism, his flouting of political government, his scheme of free, autonomous economic groups, and war not pacifism is the core of man.
During the Spanish Civil War, syndicalist methods and theories were used by the Spanish anarchist-syndicalist union Confederacion Nacional del Trabajo (CNT), and also professed by the opposing side, the Falange Española Tradicionalista y de las Juntas de Ofensiva Nacionalsindicalista or the "National Syndicalists."
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Anarcho-syndicalism
He outlined a view of the origins of the movement, what it sought, and why it was important to the future of labor in his 1938 pamphlet Anarcho-Syndicalism.
Hubert Lagardelle wrote that Pierre-Joseph Proudhon laid out the fundamental theories of anarcho-syndicalism, through his repudiation of both capitalism and the state, his flouting of political government, his idea of free, autonomous economic groups, and his view of struggle, not pacifism, as the core of humanity.
The International Workers Association is an international anarcho-syndicalist federation of various labor unions from different countries.
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 LAGARDEL, G., Proletariat' i armiya.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Hubert Lagardelle was one of the leading theorists of syndicalism.
He was born in 1875 in Toulouse and died in 1958.
He became involved in the socialist movement in the early 1890s, founded, in 1899, the journal Le mouvement socialiste, which lasted upto 1914.
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 Wikinfo | National Socialism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Berth adapted many ideas from Proudhon especially "the socialization of commerce and the State." Hubert Lagardelle hailed Proudhon as the founder of anarchosyndicalism which split from the Italian Socialist Party to form the Fascio rivoluzionario d'azione internazionalista, the forerunner of Mussolini's Fascist party.
Italian Fascism represented a synthesis of nationalism and Marxism stripped of its materialism and class warfare.
In the Doctrine of Fascism, Frenchmen Georges Sorel, Charles Peguy, and Hubert Lagardelle were invoked as the sources of fascism.
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 Holte's corner: Why talk about Georges Sorel?
Reformation, Revolution, Centralization -- already the echoes of these terms are spent -- while in the great stream of Fascism are to be found ideas that began with Sorel, Peguy, with Lagardelle in the "Mouvement Socialiste"...
And natural curiousity sped me to find out who these people were and what they were talking about.
And Hubert Lagardelle(1874-1958) was a theorist of Revolutionary Syndicalism and editor of the "Le Mouvement Socialiste." But it gets more interesting if one traces down who these people were in more detail.
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 Fascism - the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
In it, Frenchmen Georges Sorel, CharlesPeguy, and Hubert Lagardelle were invoked as the sources offascism.
Sorel's ideas concerning syndicalism and violence are much inevidence in this document.
Both of these elements of Bergson appear in fascism.Mussolini states that fascism negates the doctrine of scientific and Marxian socialism and the doctrine of historic materialism.Hubert Lagardelle, an authoritative syndicalist writer, was influenced by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon who, in turn, inspired anarchosyndicalism.
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 Sternhell.html   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
France was represented by Hubert Lagardelle, the editor of Le Mouvement Socialiste, which was the doctrinal organ of orthodox Marxism in all its anti-parliamentary and anti-democratic aspects, fighting against all compromise and any deviation from the doctrine of class struggle.
In April 1907 he acclaimed 'the French workers' disaffection for the Republican State' as 'the culminating event in the history of these last years.'42 The struggle against liberal democracy was the first and most important objective of socialism in the eyes of Hubert Lagardelle, who went on to become Marshall P6tain's Minister of Labour.
The leader of the CGT at this time was Victor Greffuelhes, and he, when debating the prospects for universal suffrage, concluded that, 'It seems clear to me that it should be relegated to the accessories shop,'4-1 and proposed instead to implement the syndicalists' plans for direct action.
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 anarcho-syndicalism - Anarchopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Anarcho-syndicalism came to be a prominent force in France two decades before the First World War.
Hubert Lagardelle wrote that Pierre-Joseph Proudhon formed the fundamental theories of anarchosyndicalism; his repudiation of both capitalism and the state, his flouting of political government, his idea of free, autonomous economic groups, and his view of struggle, not pacifism, as the core of man.
The International Workers Association is an international anarchosyndicalist federation of various labor unions from different countries.
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 Paul Flewers: Socialism and the Intelligentsia
According to the “economists”, the intellectuals, instead of bringing their knowledge to bear on the concrete problems of factory life, were inclined to lose themselves in ideologies that had no relation to the true needs of the workers.’ [12]
The early years of this century saw a number of writers elsewhere in Europe who were very critical of the intelligentsia, including Arturo Labriola, Hubert Lagardelle, Gaetano Mosca, Vilfredo Pareto, Robert Michels and Georges Sorel.
Their outlooks differed and their theories varied, but they all expressed the problem of the relationship between intellectuals and the workers’ movement, and rooted the growing moderation of the socialist movement in the predominance of intellectuals within its leadership.
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 Emile Pouget   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
He remained there for fully three years and an amnesty granted after pressure from Rochefort [2a] ensured that he was then released.
February 24, 1889 saw the publication of the very first edition of Le Père Peinard in small pamphlet form, reminiscent of Rochefort's La Lanterne and written in the picturesque style of Hubert's Père Duchene, but in a more proletarian style.
Hubert Lagardelle (1875-1958), lawyer, began as a Guesdist, then became founder of Le Mouvement socialiste (1899-1914), a theoretical revolutionary syndicalist review: author of the remarkable book Le socialisme français.
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 Notable Acquisitions 1995-98
To illustrate the text, Perrault also collected many excellent engravings, after such leading artists as Antoine Le Pautre and Sebastien Le Clerc.
With contributions by Hubert Lagardelle, Le Corbusier, Francois de Pierrefeu, and Pierre Winter.
A rare, lavishly illustrated avant-garde journal that analyzes developments in European architecture, politics, literature, and the arts of the 1930s.
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 REFORM AND REVOLUTION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Pierre Monatte, later to lead the revolutionary opposition to the "reformist" CGT, wrote in 1913 that the "...accept that the revolution involved more than the taking of the unions must Champs Elysees by storm and therefore needed a serious effort at recruitment and organization...the syndicats were tired and weak..."
The revolutionary syndicalist, Hubert Lagardelle in 1912 declared that the state and employers had proven much stronger than the syndicats and this weakness provoked disputes within the union.
At first, these disputes involved the social democrats who wished to turn the federation into a normal bread and butter union.
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 Syndicalism Article, Syndicalism Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Hubert Lagardelle wrote that Pierre-Joseph Proudhon formed the fundamental theories of anarchosyndicalism; his repudiation of both capitalism and the state, his flouting ofpolitical government, his idea of free, autonomous economic groups, and his view of struggle, not pacifism, as the core ofman.
During the Spanish Civil War, syndicalist methods and theorieswere used by the Spanish anarchist -syndicalist union Confederacion Nacional del Trabajo (CNT), and also professed by the opposing side, the Falange Española Tradicionalista y de las Juntas de OfensivaNacionalsindicalista or the " National Syndicalists."
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