The Red International

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Sonnensche in, 1885 - 167 páginas

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Página 137 - Workers of the world, unite. You have nothing to lose but your chains. You have a world to gain.
Página 145 - That the emancipation of the working classes must be conquered by the working classes themselves ; that the struggle for the emancipation of the working classes means not a struggle for class privileges and monopolies, but for equal rights and duties, and the abolition of all class rule...
Página 145 - That the emancipation of labour is neither a local nor a national, but a social problem, embracing all countries in which modern society exists, and depending for its solution on the concurrence, practical and theoretical, of the most advanced countries...
Página 2 - '"' earliest and most celebrated of these documents — the first and most vigorous presentation of the general creed of the democratic Socialism of the present day. I quote from it these sentences : — " When, in the course of development, the distinctions of classes have vanished, and when all production is concentrated in the hands of associated individuals, public authority loses its political character. Political power in the proper sense is the organised power of one class for the suppression...
Página 147 - ... servitude in every form, and consequently the Social Democratic Party aims at abolishing the present system of production (wage system), and at securing for every worker the full result of his labour by means of co-operative production. " 4. Political freedom is an indispensable condition for the economic emancipation of the working classes. The social question is therefore inseparable from the political ; its solution depends thereon, and is possible only in a democratic State. " 5. Considering...
Página 145 - That the economical emancipation of the working classes is therefore the great end to which every political movement ought to be subordinate as a means...
Página 153 - We, William, by the grace of God, German Emperor, King of Prussia, etc., decree in the name of the Empire, the assent of the Federal Council and of the Reichstag having been obtained, as follows: 1.
Página 146 - They hold it the duty of a man to claim the rights of a man and a citizen, not only for himself, but for every man who does his duty. No rights without duties, no duties without rights; And in this spirit they have drawn up the following Provisional Rules of the International Association: — 1.
Página 22 - When God is driven out of the brains of men, the whole system of privilege by the grace of God comes to the ground, and when heaven hereafter is recognised as a big lie, men will attempt to establish heaven here. Therefore whoever assails Christianity assails, at the same time, monarchy and capitalism...
Página 148 - The emancipation of labour requires the conversion of the means of production into the common property of society, and the social regulation of the labour of society, the product of labour being used for the common good and justly divided. The emancipation of labour must be the work of the working class, in relation to which all other classes are only a reactionary mass. " Starting with these principles, the Socialist Workmen's Party of Germany uses all legal means to attain a free State and a socialistic...

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