Workers' Councils

Pannekoek, Anton

Year Published:  1947   First Published:  1941
Pages:  109pp  
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX6649

Now the goal becomes distinct; opposite to the stronger domination by state-directed planned economy of the new capitalism stands what Marx called the association of free and equal producers. So the call for unity must be supplemented by indication of the goal: take the factories and machines; assert your mastery over the productive apparatus; organize production by means of workers' councils.


Table of Contents


The Task:
Law and Property
Shop Organization
Social Organization
Council Organization

The Fight:
Trade Unionism
Direct Action
Shop Occupation
Political Strikes
The Russian Revolution
The Workers' Revolution

Subject Headings

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