By Michael Schmidt, Alexandre Sánchez
Le présent ouvrage réaffirme l’importance historique et los angeles portée planétaire de l’anarchisme organisé, en retraçant sa diffusion au-delà des frontières de l’Europe occidentale et de l’Amérique du Nord, vers l’Amérique latine, les Antilles, le Proche-Orient, l’Asie, l’Océanie et l’Afrique. Il raconte ainsi plus de a hundred and fifty ans d’histoire d’un mouvement dont le destin a suivi cinq vagues de militantisme ouvrier. L’auteur présente et commente les files théoriques fondamentaux produits au cours de ces cinq vagues pour tenter de répondre à los angeles query qui s’impose à tous ceux qui aspirent à une véritable démocratie populaire : remark l. a. minorité militante doit-elle se situer par rapport aux lots des ouvriers et des démunis ?
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00), but not overall population. Furthermore, homogeneous states tend to have low population density; for instance, the Dakotas, Utah, Oregon, Idaho, Minnesota, and even the geographically small states of upper New England have low population density. 00), although minority diversity is not. 2. Poverty, income, and wealth distribution. 00). There appear to be other general patterns, too. The homogeneous (and most moralistic) states have somewhat lower poverty rates than other states. But they also tend to have moderate to slightly belowaverage levels of per capita income.
According to Lieske, another subculture, the Hispanic, represents "the oldest . . "42 Lieske tests the explanatory power of his new measure, comparing it with Elazar's on a number of social, political, and policy indicators. Lieske surmises that this new typology "compares very favorably with Elazar's in accounting for differences" on a number of politics and policy indicators. " The level of explained variance of Lieske's indicators is not very high, however. "43 Lieske's article thus hints at, but does not fully develop, arguments that parallel those made here.
Other contexts may go beyond that, complementing it with "community," the homogeneous states. And yet others have historically reflected liberal/contract or community/republican traditions to a lesser degree and had major elements of hierarchy, the bifurcated states. The contract/market approach is found in its clearest form among states with the heterogeneous context because the social composition of those states permits—indeed, seems to require—rather close adherence to that model. In the face of high social and economic complexity, some entity is necessary to mediate that complexity and bring a modicum of political and social order.
Cartographie de l'anarchisme révolutionnaire by Michael Schmidt, Alexandre Sánchez