In 1882, it founds with Paul Lafargue the working Parti , which takes to the name of Parti working French in 1893. In 1893, it is elected appointed of Roubaix, affirming collectivist, internationalist and revolutionist. Beaten in 1898 and 1902, there is re-elected in 1906 and remains appointed until its death. In 1899, it is opposed to Jean Jaurès as for the participation in the “middle-class” ministry of Waldeck-Rousseau.
In 1902, its party amalgamates with several others to form the Socialist party of France. In 1904, at the time of the international Socialist congress of Amsterdam, its theses carried a great success. But the Jaurès current became majority in France. In 1905, the Socialist party of France (French working ex-party) and the French Socialist party amalgamate to found SFIO.
Guesde was also opposed to the Franc-maçonnerie, which he regarded as “allied with the middle-class” and “vermin of the working class”, as he recalled it at the time of the Socialist congress of Limoges in 1906.
Guesde and Guesdisme (on the site of London Metropolitan University)
- Jaurès-Guesde, “the Two Methods”, speech of November 26th, 1900 (in connection with the socialist participation in a middle-class government)
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