By Jose Peirats
An account of the Spanish Revolution via a lifelong member of the CNT.
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Williamson, History of Latin America, 287–288. For Andr es Bello’s views on agriculture, see, for example, “Ode to Tropical Agriculture,” in Selected Writings of Andres Bello, ed. Ivan Jaksic, trans. Frances M. Lopez-Morillas (New York: Oxford University Press, 1997), 28–37. The Variety of Utopias 41 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 42 There is a large literature on Bello that includes Rafael Caldera, Andres Bello: Philosopher, Poet, Philologist, Educator, Legislator, Statesman, tr. John Street (London: G.
3. See Robert W. Rydell, All the World’s A Fair: Visions of Empire at American International Expositions, 1876–1916 (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1984) and Robert W. Rydell, World of Fairs: The The Variety of Utopias 45 45 46 47 46 Century-of-Progress Expositions (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1993). Several generally positive reviews of either or both books—not just my own readings—have lamented Rydell’s refusal to acknowledge both that many fairgoers came simply to have a good time and that most fair organizers were not intentionally sexist, racist, or imperialist.
See also Bikle, “Utopianism,” 44–51. For a broad background and an introduction to more recent scholarship, see the following chapters in The Cambridge History of Japan, vol. 5: The Nineteenth Century, ed. Jansen (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989): Marius B. Jansen, “The Meiji Restoration” (308–366), Stephen Vlastos, “Opposition Movements in early Meiji, 1868–1885” (367–431), Hirakawa Sukehiro, “Japan’s Turn to the The Variety of Utopias 15 16 17 18 19 West” (432–498), and Kenneth B.
Anarchists in the Spanish Revolution by Jose Peirats