First-international



noun
1.
a socialistic organization (1864–76) formed to unite and promote the interests of workers throughout the world.
Compare (def 6).
noun
1.
an association of socialists and labour leaders founded in London in 1864 and dissolved in Philadelphia in 1876 Official name International Workingmen’s Association

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