THE REACTION OF TWO ANARCHISTS TO NATIONALISM Proudhon and Bakunin on the Polish Question

@inproceedings{Kofman1968THERO,
  title={THE REACTION OF TWO ANARCHISTS TO NATIONALISM Proudhon and Bakunin on the Polish Question},
  author={M D Kofman},
  year={1968}
}
It is commonly accepted that the unsuccessful revolutions of 1848 marked a break between socialism and nationalism in Europe. The nationalists, it is supposed, shed their romantic populist past and acknow ledged the existence of national antagonism. The socialists, supposedly, rejected their national connection and concentrated upon class war. Yet the leading socialists and nationalists of the day did not appear convinced of any permanent rift, or of the existence of two camps. Among the far… CONTINUE READING