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Born into a wealthy family of landowners, Prince Peter Alexeivich Kropotkin (1842-1921) served in the court of the Tsar and held prestigious diplomatic posts. But the prince renounced his life of privilege to embrace nonviolent anarchism, a revolutionary alternative to Marxism. A leading theoretician of his day, Kropotkin wrote the basic books in the library of anarchism, prepared countless pamphlets and speeches, and worked tirelessly to subvert the class structure and promote a philosophy of collective action.  

In this autobiography, Kropotkin recounts his early life in the royal court and his military service in Siberia, along with his imprisonment, escape, and European exile. His portraits of nineteenth-century Russian life rival those of the great novelists, ranging from moving examples of the unbridgeable chasm between nobles and serfs to gripping scenes of midnight plots enacted outside the Kremlins walls. An eminent geographer and cartographer, Kropotkin also offers fascinating views from his explorations of Siberia. An Introduction and explanatory notes enhance this unabridged edition of a thrilling real-life story of idealism and adventure.

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A nonviolent anarchist of the 19th century discusses his philosophy of collective action as well as life in the court of the Tsar, military service in Siberia, imprisonment, and escape.

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A nonviolent anarchist of the 19th century, Peter Kropotkin offered a revolutionary alternative to Marxism. Although born into the nobility, he worked to subvert the class structure, promoting a philosophy of collective action. In this autobiography, Kropotkin describes his early life in the royal court, military service in Siberia, imprisonment, escape, and exile.

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9780486473161
Author:
Kropotkin, Peter
Publisher:
Dover Publications
Introduction by:
Walter, Nicolas
Introduction:
Walter, Nicholas
Introduction:
Walter, Nicolas
Author:
Walter, Nicolas
Subject:
Personal Memoirs
Subject:
Political
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General
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Europe - General
Subject:
Kropotkin
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anarchist
Subject:
Anarchy
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Biography - General
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Trade Paper
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Dover Books on History, Political and Social Science
Publication Date:
20100631
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TRADE PAPER
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English
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Y
Pages:
608
Dimensions:
8.25 x 5.19 in 1.06 lb

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A nonviolent anarchist of the 19th century discusses his philosophy of collective action as well as life in the court of the Tsar, military service in Siberia, imprisonment, and escape.
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A nonviolent anarchist of the 19th century, Peter Kropotkin offered a revolutionary alternative to Marxism. Although born into the nobility, he worked to subvert the class structure, promoting a philosophy of collective action. In this autobiography, Kropotkin describes his early life in the royal court, military service in Siberia, imprisonment, escape, and exile.
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