Anarchism: Its Philosophy and Ideal

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9781449591854: Anarchism: Its Philosophy and Ideal
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An Anarchism Classic! An indispensible addition to the libraries of students, instructors, and anyone interested in government, history, and anarchist philosophy penned by a Russian revolutionary! Kropotkin, the leading theorist of anarchism, was born a noble and renounced his title. He argued for a world where all men and women are equal, free, and working together for the common and individual good. Kropotkin describes a libertarian communism with a depth, intelligence, and foundational soundness, exceeding in every way the authoritarian communism espoused by Marx. Written from the heart, this book has touched the souls of anarchists, capitalists, socialists and communists alike. Among the best of the radical thinkers and writers, this book is a must-read! A certified full and complete copy containing Kropotkin's pamphlets! Select it for your library today!

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