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  2. Louis Blanc - Wikipedia

    Louis Jean Joseph Charles Blanc ( / blɑːn /; French: [blɑ̃]; 29 October 1811 – 6 December 1882) was a French politician, historian, and socialist. He called for the creation of cooperatives in order to guarantee employment for the urban poor. Although Blanc's ideas of the workers' cooperatives were never realized, his political and social ...

  3. Louis Blanc | French politician | Britannica

    Louis Blanc, in full Jean-josephcharles-louis Blanc, (born Oct. 29, 1811, Madrid, Spain—died Dec. 6, 1882, Cannes, Fr.), French utopian socialist, noted for his theory of worker-controlled “social workshops.” Early life. Louis Blanc was born while his father was serving as inspector general of finances in the Spanish regime of Joseph ...

  4. Louis Blanc summary | Britannica

    Louis Blanc, (born Oct. 29, 1811, Madrid, Spain—died Dec. 6, 1882, Cannes, France), French utopian socialist and journalist. In 1839 he founded the socialist newspaper Revue du Progrès and serially published his The Organization of Labour , which described his theory of worker-controlled “social workshops” that would gradually take over ...

  5. Louis Blanc |

    The French journalist, historian, and socialist politician Louis Blanc (1811-1882) greatly influenced the evolution of French socialism and modern social democracy. Louis Blanc was born on Oct. 29, 1811, in Madrid, where his father was comptroller of finance for King Joseph, Napoleon's brother.

  6. Histoire de la Révolution Française - Louis Blanc - Google Books

    Louis Blanc (1811-82) was a French historian and politician whose writings had a considerable influence on the development of French socialism. In his famous Organisation du travail (1839) he called for social reform by action of the State, an unusual position at the time.

  7. Louis Blanc — Wikipédia

    Louis Jean Joseph Blanc, né le 29 octobre 1811 à Madrid et mort le 6 décembre 1882 à Cannes, est un journaliste et historien français, membre du gouvernement provisoire de 1848 et député sous la Troisième République .

  8. Louis Blanc – Left in Paris

    Louis Blanc died on December 6 1882 and was buried in Père Lachaise next to his art critic younger brother Charles who had died in January. A huge funeral procession followed his coffin to the cemetery.