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5.0 out of 5 stars Anarchism/Nihilism - an autobiographical outline, 9 Jan 2006
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This review is from: Memoirs of a Revolutionist (Collected Works of Peter Kropotkin) (Paperback)
The first half doesnt mention K's radicalism, but in the second half you get some good stuff. I like the chapter about nihilism which is a widely misunderstood and misrepresented movement. Also the chapter about spies and how to spot them. K and many other Russian idealists were willing to enter the life of the workers and endure their sufferings, they put up with prison and in some cases went bravely to the gallows for what they believed in. This is an awesome historical document, which could inspire modern radicals with a vision of the birth of a key tradition.
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Memoirs of a Revolutionist (Collected Works of Peter Kropotkin)
Memoirs of a Revolutionist (Collected Works of Peter Kropotkin) by Petr Alekseevich Kropotkin (Paperback - Dec 1989)
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