Mile Pouget

Mile Pouget

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. mile Pouget (Pont-de-Salars, Aveyron, 12 October 1860 - Loz re, now part of Palaiseau, Essonne, 21 July 1931) was a French anarcho-communist, who adopted tactics close to those of anarcho-syndicalism. He was vice-secretary of the General Confederation of Labour from 1901 to 1908. As a young man, Pouget founded his first newspaper, Le Lyc en r publicain (The Republican Student) at high-school, being revolted at the trial of the Narbonne's Communards in Rodez. He participated as soon as 1879, aged 19, at the creation of a textile union, the Syndicat des employ?'s du textile. He then joined in 1881 a group of French anarchists at the London International Congress, following the dissolving of the First more

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