Other socialists in France began to agitate and organize in the 1830s and ’40s; they included Louis Blanc , Louis-Auguste Blanqui , and Pierre-Joseph Proudhon . Blanc, the author of L’Organisation du travail (1839; The Organization of Labour ), promoted a scheme of state-financed but worker-controlled “social workshops” that would guarantee work for everyone and lead gradually to a socialist society. Blanqui, by contrast, was a revolutionary who spent more than 33 years in prison for his insurrectionary activities. Socialism cannot be achieved without the conquest of state power, he argued, and this conquest must be the work of a small group of conspirators. Once in power, the revolutionaries would form a temporary dictatorship that would confiscate the property of the wealthy and establish state control of major industries.
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