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The Unknown Revolution
One of the most revealing books I have ever read. Lenin and even Trotsky exposed for what they are - authoritariam anarchist-murdering anti-democratic vanguard elites. The death of the Russian Revolution didn't start with Stalin. Absolutely mandatory reading for the undogmatic left. There is one weakness with the book though: near the end the author weirdly lashes out at Makhno with unsubstantiated claims against his character (that don't jive at all with the gist of the rest of the book). How or why this is part of a book that pretty much makes Makhno out to be a hero the rest of the time is up for interpretation...
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