The Council Communists Between the New Deal and Fascism

@article{Bonacchi1976TheCC,
  title={The Council Communists Between the New Deal and Fascism},
  author={Gabriella Bonacchi},
  journal={Telos},
  year={1976},
  volume={1976},
  pages={43 - 72}
}
In recent years, growing interest in the problems of the 1930s has brought to light aspects of the labor movement that had been relegated to oblivion by traditional historiography. This is especially true for the council communists who, in an America upset by the Great Depression, sought to renew a political project that had been crushed in Europe. While there have already been numerous studies of the International Workers of the World (IWW) in the harsh and violent context of American… 

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