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Down with the Law: Anarchist Individualist Writings from Early Twentieth-Century France

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Published November 19th 2019 by AK Press
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Really good book if you want to learn about anarcho-individualism. It's mostly all dudes and the one woman writer was put last and all she did was talk about all the dudes.
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Victor Lvovich Kibalchich (В.Л. Кибальчич) was born in exile in 1890 and died in exile in 1947. He is better known as Victor Serge, a Russian revolutionary and Francophone writer. Originally an anarchist, he joined the Bolsheviks five months after arriving in Petrograd in January 1919, and later worked for the newly founded Comintern as a journalist, editor and translator. He was openly critical ...more