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1 Anarchism is only one of the streams of socialist thought, that stream whose main components are concern for liberty and haste to abolish the State.
2 Socialist thought has several different views on democracy.
3 In his preface to Peter Kropotkin's book The Conquest of Bread, Kent Bromley considered French utopian socialist Charles Fourier to be the founder of the libertarian branch of socialist thought as opposed to the authoritarian socialist ideas of the French François-Noël Babeuf and the Italian Philippe Buonarroti.
4 The history of socialist thought includes a long associational and anti-statist tradition prior to the political victory of the Bolshevism in the east and varieties of Fabianism in the west".
5 In his preface to Peter Kropotkin's book The Conquest of Bread, Kent Bromley considered early French socialist Charles Fourier to be the founder of the libertarian branch of socialist thought as opposed to the authoritarian socialist ideas of François-Noël Babeuf and Philippe Buonarroti.
6 Another major influence in Weber's life was the writings of Karl Marx and the workings of socialist thought in academia and active politics.
7 They did not limit their efforts to Russian, but also produced "newly coined proverbs that conformed to socialist thought" in Tajik and other languages of the USSR.
8 Elements of socialist thought were discerned in the politics of classical Greek philosophers Plato and Aristotle.
9 Mazzini is also discussed in G. D. H. Cole's A History of Socialist Thought: Social Thought, the Forerunners, 1789–1850 and Albert Charles Brouse argued that "socialism is found in its entirety in the doctrine of Mazzini", his republicanism being both "democratic and social".
10 With the introduction of socialist thought, Fukuda's views on reform began to solidify.
11 He underwent military training there and, after taking part in founding the Lao People's Democratic Republic in 1975, he studied socialist thought there.
12 Socialist thought in Chile goes back to the mid-19th century, when Francisco Bilbao and Santiago Arcos opened a debate on civil rights and social equality in Chile.
13 The first influential publication of socialist thought tailored for application in Africa occurred in 1956 with the release of Senegalese intellectual Abdoulaye Ly's Les masses africaines et l'actuelle condition humaine.
14 Others like Benjamin J. Davis, William L. Patterson, Harry Haywood, James Jackson, Henry Winston, Claude Lightfoot, Alphaeus Hunton, Doxey Wilkerson, Claudia Jones and John Pittman contributed in important ways to the party's approaches to major issues from human and civil rights, peace, women's equality, the national question, working class unity, socialist thought, cultural struggle and more.