The Anarchism Of Jean Grave: Editor, Journalist and Militant

By: Patsouras, Louis

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Jean Grave (1854-1939) was a leading French anarchist whose theoretical works and activity place him alongside such luminaries as Godwin, Proudhon, Bakunin, and Kropotkin. Drawing on various archival and library sources, Louis Patsouras traces the controversies and convictions that shaped the life and career of this extraordinary radical thinker, set within the fascinating socioeconomic context of Grave's time.

"A classic piece of historical writing, easy to read and excellently researched."--William Fishman, University of London, UK

"A conscientious study of the history of French anarchism in general, and of Jean Grave, in particular."--"Le Mouvement Social"

Louis Patsouras is Professor of History at Kent State University, and author of "Simone Weil and the Socialist Tradition," "The Crucible of Socialism," and "Debating Marx."

Title: The Anarchism Of Jean Grave: Editor, Journalist and Militant

Author Name: Patsouras, Louis

Categories: Philosophy,

Publisher: Black Rose Books: 2002-10-09

ISBN Number: 1551641844

ISBN Number 13: 9781551641843

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: New

Type: Paperback

Seller ID: SKU9145325