Hendrik de Man and the ideology of Planism

Dick Pels*

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    On 26 December 1933 the front page of the socialist daily Vooruit (Forward) carries a lyrical description of the Christmas Congress of the Belgian Labour Party, already glorified by its old patron Emile Vandervelde as “the most wonderful socialist convention of the past 25 years”. In a long speech on the first day of session “comrade Rik de Man” has elaborated the Plan of Labour. When he leaves the rostrum he is embraced by Vandervelde and flooded by the acclamations of the delegates
    Originele taal-2English
    Pagina's (van-tot)206-229
    Aantal pagina's24
    TijdschriftInternational Review of Social History
    StatusPublished - 1987

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