Table of contents for Anarchism, revolution, and reaction : Catalan labour and the crisis of the Spanish state, 1898-1923 / Angel Smith.

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Contents
List of Figures and Tables
Acknowledgements
Acronyms used in the Main Text
A Note on Language Usage
Introduction
Part I: The Roots of Industrial Militancy
1. Industrial Structure, Technological Change and the Labour Process
2. Gender, Skill and Class: Hierarchy and Solidarity within the Catalan Working-Class 
Community
3. The State, Employers and Organised Labour: Political Marginalisation, Social Control 
and Resistance
Part II: Building the Anarchist-Syndicalist Movement, 1898 to 1914
4. Anarchism, Socialism and the General Strike, 1898 to 1909
5. Workers Against the State: Anarchism, Republicanism, Popular and Working-Class 
Protest, 1898 to 1909
6. The Foundation of the CNT, 1910 to 1914
Part III: The Gun and the Sword: The Catalan CNT from Revolution to Repression, 1915 to 
1923
7. The War-Time Economy and the Rise of the Sindicats Unics, 1915 to 1918
8. Between Reform and Revolution: The Catalan CNT and the Left-Wing Challenge to the 
Restoration Regime, 1915 to 1918
9. 1919: The Apogee of the Catalan CNT and the Employer-Military Counteroffensive
10. The Road to Dictatorship: The Destruction of the CNT and the Fall of the Restoration, 
1920 to 1923
Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Labor movement -- Spain -- Catalonia -- History.
Anarchism -- Spain -- Catalonia -- History.
Syndicalism -- Spain -- Catalonia -- History.
Confederaciãaon Nacional del Trabajo (Spain). Comitãae de Catalunya -- History.
Spain -- Politics and government -- 1886-1931.