Nationalism and Socialism is a study in the history of Marxian
ideas; but it is also an attempt to show how the ideas are related
to the society from which they sprang, and how the changes in
social relations were reflected in the emergence of a whole new
formulation of nationalist theory. Horace Davis brings together,
for the first time in English, the contributions of the many
writers in the Marxist and labor camps to the development of
nationality theory down to 1917. The verbal battles between Bakunin
and Engels, and between Rosa Luxemburg and Lenin, are shown to
treat issues that marked the course of the entire twentieth
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