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Author:
Peter Kropotkin
ISBN13:
978-1895431049
ISBN:
1895431042
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Black Rose Books; First Edition edition (May 30, 1992)
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Politics & Government
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by Peter Kropotkin (Author). Words of a Rebel is not necessarily that in-depth, as it was intended as a more agitative work than many of works from his later years.

by Peter Kropotkin (Author). None-the-less, the chapters on representative democracy, and the one entitled "To the Youth" are profound in their scope of compassion and concern for the common man.

Petr Alekseevich Kropotkin, George Woodcock. First published in 1885 in Paris, this collection of articles constitutes Kropotkin's first book. Originally titled Paroles d'un Revolté, it includes his earliest works from period 1879 to 1882. In the succeeding years it was translated into Italian, Spanish, Bulgarian, Russian, and Chinese. Long-awaited in English, Words of a Rebel is the first complete translation.

Peter Kropotkin (9 December 1842 - 8 February 1921) was a zoologist, an evolutionary theorist, geographer and . Words of a Rebel is not necessarily that in-depth, as it was intended as a more agitative work than many of works from his later years

Peter Kropotkin (9 December 1842 - 8 February 1921) was a zoologist, an evolutionary theorist, geographer and one of the world's foremost anarcho-communists. Because of his title of Prince, he is often known as the Anarchist Prince.

Published by Black Rose Books. ISBN 10: 1895431042 ISBN 13: 9781895431049.

Kropotkin, as David Hecht has noted, had an "active and abiding interest in the United States" which, strengthened .

Kropotkin, as David Hecht has noted, had an "active and abiding interest in the United States" which, strengthened by his knowledge of English, extended over a forty-year period. 2 Like Bakunin before him, he was an admirer of American federalism, extolling the American Revolution and Declaration of Independence as landmarks in the struggle for human freedom.

Prince Peter Alexeievich Kropotkin (Пётр Алексе́евич Кропо́ткин) (9 December 1842 – 8 February 1921) was a Russian geographer, zoologist, and one of Russia's foremost anarchist social philosophers.

Prince Peter Alexeievich Kropotkin (Пётр Алексе́евич Кропо́ткин) (9 December 1842 – 8 February 1921) was a Russian geographer, zoologist, and one of Russia's foremost anarchist social philosophers, famous for promoting forms of anarchist communism. The history of human thought recalls the swinging of a pendulum which takes centuries to swing. After a long period of slumber comes a moment of awakening.

The book Words Of A Rebel, Peter Kropotkin is published by Black Rose Books.

Pëtr Kropotkin Words of a Rebel 1885 First published during Kropotkin's imprisonment, this collection contains .

Pëtr Kropotkin Words of a Rebel 1885 First published during Kropotkin's imprisonment, this collection contains articles written between 1879 and 1882  . A very different work from the more familiar books of the mature Kropotkin, like Mutual Aid; Fields, Factories and Workshops; and Memoirs of a Revolutionist, it is the product of an anarchist agitator rather than a libertarian savant.

First published during Kropotkin's imprisonment, this collection contains articles written between 1879 and 1882. The first complete English version.
  • Piotr Kropotkin, born a russian prince, served and educated in the page-guard of the russian tsar Alexander the 2., then an explorer of the vast unmapped eastern parts of Siberia, the writer of substantial scientific works on geography and biology, -later a socialist reformer, who was thrown to the Peter-Paul prison of Sct. Petersburg, from where he escaped in the most dramatic way and made it through to western europe, where he stayed and worked in exile for almost 30 years, until he returned to Russia after the revolution and died there, I think in the year of 1921.
    No other man in history - except Jesus and perhaps Frants of Asissi - has appeared to me more pure in spirit, more friendly of heart, more clear in understanding and at the same time more devoted to the struggle for improving the lifes of his fellow men and women than Kropotkin, the anarchist. And not many has had a more intense and dramatic life, for which he gives an account in the most sympathetic manner, focusing constantly on the life around him - at his fathers estate, at the russian court, in the wilderness, the prison, the anarchist movements in Switzerland and France, and his exile in London - rather than on his personal affairs.
    One of the most wonderful and at the same time informing books I've read. Do the same.
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  • This is a wonderful book, outlining many basic premises of anarchist communism: what the problem is with the current system of capitalism and "representative democracy," as well as offering viable alternatives. _Words of a Rebel_ is not necessarily that in-depth, as it was intended as a more agitative work than many of works from his later years. None-the-less, the chapters on representative democracy, and the one entitled "To the Youth" are profound in their scope of compassion and concern for the common man.