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  Yellow socialism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Yellow socialism was the name applied to a form of revisionist socialism which became prominent in the early twentieth century prior to World War I, as an alternative to Marxism (sometimes called "red socialism").
The term "yellow socialism" was coined by a former member of the French Socialist Party, Pierre Biétry, in 1904 when he founded the "Fédération Nationale des Jaunes de France" (National Federation of Yellows), a right wing socialist group that rejected Marxism, class struggle and labour militancy.
Yellow socialists and yellow unionists were criticised by more radical socialists for their concessions to nationalism and occasional engagement in chauvinism such as opposition to immigration (for supposedly flooding the labour market and reducing wages or denying jobs to native-born citizens), and sometimes even racism or anti-Semitism.
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 Socialism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Elie Halevy claims that the term "socialism" was coined independently by two groups advocating different ways of organizing society and economics: the Saint-Simonians, and most likely Pierre Leroux, in the years 1831-33, and the followers of Robert Owen, around 1835.
According to Engels, the state was destined to eventually "wither away", as the representative democracy of socialism slowly turned into the direct democracy of socialism, and economic life would be re-organised on a basis of freedom and equality.
Most of their objections and critiques seem directed more at a centrally planned economy (not a part of all proposed socialisms), some at socialism and Marxism in general, but because these distinctions are relatively difficult to tease out of their writings, it is probably useful to take them up in a single context.
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 Socialism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Socialism is an ideology with the core belief that a society should exist in which popular collectives control the means of power, and therefore the means of production.
Many non-socialists use the expression "socialist economy" (or "socialization" of a sector of the economy) almost exclusively to refer to centralized control under government aegis: for example, consider the use of the term "socialized medicine" in the US by opponents of single-payer health care.
According to Engels, the state was destined to eventually "wither away", as the representative democracy of socialism slowly turned into the direct democracy of communism, and economic life would be re-organised on a basis of freedom and equality.
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 AllRefer.com - socialism (Political Science: Terms And Concepts) - Encyclopedia
Because of the collective nature of socialism, it is to be contrasted to the doctrine of the sanctity of private property that characterizes capitalism.
In a broader sense, the term socialism is often used loosely to describe economic theories ranging from those that hold that only certain public utilities and natural resources should be owned by the state to those holding that the state should assume responsibility for all economic planning and direction.
For this reason socialism as a doctrine is ill defined, although its main purpose, the establishment of cooperation in place of competition remains fixed.
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 Socialism
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 Yellow socialism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Yellow socialism was the name applied to a form of revisionist socialism which became prominent in the early twentieth century prior to World War I as analternative to Marxism or "red socialism".
Yellow socialists and yellow unionists were criticised by more radical socialists for their concessions to nationalism and occasional engagement in chauvinism such as opposition to immigration (for supposedlyflooding the labour market and reducing wages or denying jobs to native-born citizens) as well as utilisation of racism oranti-Semitism.
Afterthe war the term "yellow socialilsm" fell into disuse in favour of the term "social democrat" which previously had applied to allsocialists but which Leninists rejected after the OctoberRevolution.
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 Socialism - free-definition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Several forms of "socialism" are considered by those on the far left to be reformist or revisionist.
Still, even today, socialism is particularly forthright in advocating direct pursuit of working class interests, even at the expense of what other ideologies consider the legitimate property rights of the wealthy classes.
Another similarly used term was (and is) "real socialist." Typically, when these terms were or are used by anyone outside of the particular parties that ruled these countries or the 5th columns their revolutions inspired in other countries, they are placed in scare quotes and are used with at least mild irony.
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 Socialism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Social democracy typically involves state ownershipof some corporations (considered strategically important to the people) and participation in ownership of the means of productionby workers.
Most of their objections and critiques seem directed more at a centrally planned economy (not a part of all proposed socialisms),some at socialism and Marxism in general, but because these distinctions are relatively difficult to tease out of their writings,it is probably useful to take them up in a single context.
Another defect of socialism, according to its detractors, is its disregard for the role of private property in creatingincentives that foster the sustainable use of resources.
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 Socialism biography .ms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
However, even the subset of socialists that considers itself nationalist rejects the racialist theories and totalitarianism of the Nazis, who are not considered socialist by most political theorists (historians and political theorists generally argue that the term "socialism" in "national socialism" existed solely for propaganda purposes; see Socialism and Nazism).
Similarly, the Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party in Syria claims to be in a tradition of secular, non-Marxist socialism, but most political theorists (as well as nearly all other socialists) reject this claim.
There exists a contrary body of theory on free-market environmentalism, arguing that the most effective direction of reform is continued privatization of the commons [7] On the level of practice, the USA, and some others, have experimented with market solutions in the form of emissions trading.
socialist.biography.ms   (6320 words)

  
 The Ultimate Socialism - American History Information Guide and Reference
Socialism is a concept, an ideology and a collection of party-based political movements that have evolved and branched over time.
In modern socialist theory, it is in the pursuit of the goal of creating a democratic society that has a responsible people and a sympathetic government that would form the backbone of an ideal welfare state.
Unlike 'national socialists,' many socialists who consider themselves nationalist reject the racialist theories and totalitarianism of the Nazis, though racial tolerance is not necessarily a socialist ideal.
www.historymania.com /american_history/Socialism   (4214 words)

  
 Netscape Search Category - Socialism
Autarchic Socialism An analysis of socialism and communism which contrasts the failed experiments in the USSR and its satellites with true socialism.
Guild Socialism Reconsidered An essay by Roger McCain examining the guild socialism of the pre-industrial era.
Transhumanist Socialism A type of socialism which holds that future transhumanist technologies such as nanotechnology will make it much more feasible to bring about a truly socialist world.
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 Dictionary of Meaning www.mauspfeil.net
In Europe, during World War I, yellow socialism became associated with the social democracy social democratic parties who supported their own states in the war rather than taking an internationalist position against the conflict.
I agree that modern social democracy is almost entirely opposed to racism, but Yellow socialism is a different subject.
There you find a list of all editors and the possibility to edit the original text of the article Yellow socialism.
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 SignOnSanDiego.com > News > Mexico -- Former ruling party embraces socialism, sort of
MEXICO CITY – The party that ran Mexico for 71 years – and that still holds a plurality in Congress – has formally embraced socialism – of a sort.
The Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, announced that it was accepted as a full member of the Socialist International on Monday during the group's meetings in Brazil.
The PRI identified itself with a limited sort of socialism during its first decade in the 1930s, but became more of a domineering, populist party thereafter.
signonsandiego.com /news/mexico/20031028-1243-mexico-socialistpri.html   (236 words)

  
 Don't mess with the Little Yellow School Bus!
A little yellow school bus sits in the hot summer sun in Hidalgo, Texas, near the border with Mexico.
The little yellow school bus is now the focus of an international campaign to force the U.S. government to return the seized electronics and allow all the aid to continue to its rightful destination: the children of Cuba.
In 1993, during the Second Friendshipment, a little yellow school bus was seized by Treasury officials.
www.workers.org /2005/world/cuba-caravan-0804   (522 words)

  
 Social Studies: GeoPro, Student Life, Schoolhouse Bingo, Yellow Shirt Odyssey, Add2SPS Standard Edition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
degree tracker, a homework/test tracker, a social life manager, a contact manager, a reminder manager, and a calendar function to help you keep track of everything you need as a student.
The social life manager organizes all your social activities, to do tasks and even your job schedule.
It is a social bookmarks manager implementation in Microsoft SharePoint Server, provide similar and more powerful Intranet functions as some famous Internet site: del.icio.us, furl.net.
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 Socialism - Charles' George Orwell Links
Unlike 'national socialists,' many socialists who considers themsleves nationalist reject the racialist theories and totalitarianism of the Nazis.
This was basically the argument put forward by Oskar Lange and the Paretians.
There exists a contrary body of theory on free-market environmentalism, arguing that the most effective direction of reform is continued privatization of the commons.
www.netcharles.com /orwell/articles/col-socialism.htm   (6446 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Yellow socialism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
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Over time, the social democrats evolved towards their modern form, and many of the views held by the yellow socialists dissappeared from the movement.
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 AT&T Worldnet Service - Directory
Named after the leading advocate of the "Cooperative Commonwealth," this site explores that concept of socialism as well as others such as 'guild socialism.'
The Death of Socialism by Roger Kimball - http://www.newcriterion.com/archive/20/apr02/social.htm
Essays and news archives from China's People's Daily, chatroom and links about socialism "with Chinese characteristics." Sponsored by the Wyith Corporation of Hong Kong.
www.att.net /cgi-bin/webdrill?catkey=gwd/Top/Society/Politics/Socialism   (271 words)

  
 Listmania! American Socialism 101   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Eugene V. Debs Reader: Socialism and the Class Struggle
The REAL history of the US; written by socialist professor of Boston University.
Victor Berger and the Promise of Constructive Socialism, 1910-1920: (Contributions in American History)
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