Bakunin's heirs in South Africa: race and revolutionary syndicalism from the IWW to the International Socialist League, 1910–21

@article{VanderWalt2004BakuninsHI,
  title={Bakunin's heirs in South Africa: race and revolutionary syndicalism from the IWW to the International Socialist League, 1910–21},
  author={Lucien Van der Walt *},
  journal={Politikon},
  year={2004},
  volume={31},
  pages={67 - 89}
}
The historiography of the socialist movement in South Africa remains dominated by the interpretations developed by Communist Party writers, and this is particularly true of the left before Communism. This article defines the key arguments of Communist writers regarding the left in the 1910s, and develops a critique and reassessment, stressing the centrality of revolutionary syndicalism and anti‐racism in the early socialist movement on the basis of a detailed examination of primary materials… 

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