Kropotkin and the Anarchist Intellectual Tradition
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Published By Pluto Press
ISBN : 9780745335124
Category : Anarchism
Format : Paperback
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Few know more about Kropotkin's work than Jim MacLaughlin, and I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a lively introduction to the man's writing and its implications. Weaving Kropotkin's specific contributions into the overall history of political anarchism and its major claims, Jim convincingly shows how the world today still needs the mutualism that the old Russian championed. -- John Agnew, Distinguished Professor of Geography, UCLA A deeply intellectual, yet readable account of Kropotkin's life and thought, set in the context of a stellar account of the development of scientific anarchism. Essential for all critical thinkers and political activists desperately in need of a dose of optimism in these sorry times. -- Richard Peet, Professor, Graduate School of Geography, Clark University

Jim Mac Laughlin is a political geographer and social scientist. He has published widely on state formation, regional identities,-nation building, social exclusion, racism, emigration and the politics of the social and environmental sciences. Among his several books are Reimagining the Nation-State: The Contested Terrains of Nation Building (Pluto, 2001).

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