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Spontaneity, creativity, freedom, the people, instinctive rebellion, the values of rural life, individual violence and destruction--these are some of the concepts which seem to make Bakunin a loose and abstract thinker compared with Marx, and allow him to be easily listed as utopian and idealistic. They are also the concepts by which he is currently being re-established in ...more
Hardcover, First Edition, 279 pages
Published 1974 by Saturday Review Press/Dutton
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Anthony Masters was a writer, educator and humanitarian of exceptional gifts and prodigious energy. He was, in the parlance of his spiritual ancestors, the ancient mariners, that rare voyager "as gracious as a trade wind and as dependable as an anchor".

He leaves 11 works of adult fiction – notably, Conquering Heroes (1969), Red Ice (1986, with Nicholas Barker), The Men (1997), The Good and