Verter Fun A Revolutzioner – The Words of a Rebel (in Yiddish) by Peter Kropotkin, translated by Rudolf Rocker, London 1906.

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This book is a classic, published by the Arbeiter Freund – The Workman’s Friend.  There is no printers imprint, but it was probably printed by Israel Narodiczky at his press in Whitechapel and has printers ornaments or fleurons at the beginning of each chapter.

It was first published during Kropotkin’s imprisonment and contains articles written between 1870 and 1882.  This was Kropotkin’s first book, and is the product of an anarchist agitator, written before he had exchanged Russian prisons for London suburbia.  The introduction is by Elisie Reclus.

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Introduction

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The Situation Today
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The Breakdown of the State
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The Inevitability of Revolution
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The Coming Revolution
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The Political Rights
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To the Young Generation
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The War
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Revolutionary Minorities
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The Order
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The Commune
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The Paris Commune
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The Agrarian Question
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The Representative Government

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Law and Authority
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The Revolutionary Government
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Socialists and Socialists
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The Revolutionary Spirit
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Theory and Practice
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The Expropiation

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