L'Histoire du Trotskysme Americain, 1928-38; Le Rapport d'un Participant

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Dans 12 pr?sentations faites en 1942, James P. Cannon raconte les premiers efforts des communistes aux ?tats-Unis pour suivre l'exemple des bolcheviks et construire un parti prol?tarien d'un type nouveau. Tout en se concentrant sur la d?cennie de 1928 ? 1938, son r?cit commence avec la r?ponse politique des travailleurs d'avant-garde ? la r?volution russe d'octobre 1917 et se termine ? la veille de la deuxi?me guerre mondiale, quand l'organisation communiste aux ?tats-Unis prend le nom de Parti socialiste des ...
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Dans 12 présentations faites en 1942, James P. Cannon raconte les premiers efforts des communistes aux États-Unis pour suivre l'exemple des bolcheviks et construire un parti prolétarien d'un type nouveau. Tout en se concentrant sur la décennie de 1928 à 1938, son récit commence avec la réponse politique des travailleurs d'avant-garde à la révolution russe d'octobre 1917 et se termine à la veille de la deuxième guerre mondiale, quand l'organisation communiste aux États-Unis prend le nom de Parti socialiste des travailleurs (SWP). Avec une nouvelle introduction de Jack Barnes.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780873489515
  • Publisher: Pathfinder Press GA
  • Publication date: 8/15/2002
  • Language: French
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 374
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2002

    a handful to thousands

    Cannon never explains numbers here. Yet, this is the history of a group of revolutionists who went from two or three leaders of the Communist party who learned of Trotsky's critique of Stalin, to a group of a few dozens--The Generals without an Army they were called. They went from only a few i to merging and mixing with new currents of workers who came forward as the CIO Upsurge came forward. Their principles helped sparkthe organization of revolutionary workers in the great strikes in Minneapolis in 1934 and aftewrards, then to influence workers in the sit down strikes in Flint and Dearborn and Detroit, and to lead demonstrations of tens of thousands against American Nazis. Then to find thousands of young workers, intellectuals, and student youth in the Socialist party and battle the reformists there, to build Found the Socialist Workers party, founded with thousands of members before World War II. But this is not about those numbers. Through most of history, real revolutionists real communists have been forced to fight in small organizations like the movement Cannon built. What this is about is the principles, the ideas, the lessons, the history, how to do things theoretically, how to do them practically, and how to do them right. Like all of Cannon's writing, there is so much humor, wit, and much wisdom about not only politics but life on this planet in general.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2002

    Un livre important pour chaque travailleur militant

    « Le trotskysme n¿est pas un nouveau mouvement, une nouvelle doctrine, mais la restauration, la renaissance du marxisme véritable tel qu¿il a été exposé et appliqué au cours de la révolution russe et des premiers jours de l¿Internationale communiste. » C¿est avec ces mots que commence cette histoire magnifique du mouvement ouvrière révolutionnaire dans les Etats-unis entre 1920 y 1940. C¿est un livre qu¿on peut lire comme un romain, mais qui exige la lecture attentive pour pouvoir obtenir toutes ces richesses. Un livre qui doit être dans la bibliothèque de chaque travailleur militant. James P. Cannon était un jeune militant des Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), membre fondateur y dirigeant de Parti Communiste aux Etats-unis dans les années 1920, dirigeant des militants que ont lutté contre la dégénération staliniste du mouvement communiste et secrétaire national du Parti Socialiste des Travailleurs. L¿histoire raconté dans cette livre présent des exemples importants de direction ouvrière, questions de théorie et programme dans le développement d¿un parti prolétarienne, du travail de masses, el la vie interne du parti. Il analyse les événements mondiales les plus importantes -- la victoire de la révolution russe, la crise économique y el auge de lutte ouvrière des années 1930, le fascisme, le stalinisme, la guerre civile en Espagne ... Toutes pour aider une nouvelle génération de militants de connaître su histoire et préparer mieux les luttes ouvrières aujourd¿hui.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 10, 2002

    Une vraie bonne aventure politique !

    James Cannon était un bagarreur de la vieille école, doté d'un sens de l'humour, de finesse et de beaucoup de courage. Dans ce livre, il raconte le début de sa vie politique. C'est l'histoire de milliers d'hommes et de femmes aux Etats-Unis qui ont été inspirés par la révolution russe en 1917 - ¿uvre d'ouvriers et de cultivateurs comme eux, et qui ont ensuite été désorientés par les crimes de Staline. Mais malgré tous les revers, bien du monde cherchait un chemin vers la victoire contre l'injustice vécue aux mains des patrons, du KKK et des autres fauteurs de la deuxième guerre mondiale. Cannon raconte les débats et les actions de communistes qui se plongeaient dans les grandes grèves syndicales des années 30, qui s'organisaient pour gagner l'écoute d'une nouvelle génération -- et qui ont fait preuve d'une souplesse tactique et d'une imagination politique incroyables ! Un livre très lisible -- un bon cadeau pour des jeunes. Donne le goût de suivre les traces de Cannon et compagnie et oser construire quelque chose de mieux que l'avenir nous offert par Chrétien, Bush, Blair et leur gang.

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