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(1962 - 2006) ~ Russian Anarchist Historian, Anti-Soviet Rebellion Historian, Post-Soviet Critic of the Russian State, State Target, and Suspicious, Unexplained Death : Igor Podshivalov was born in 1962 near the Russian city of Irkutsk, a descendant of Siberian Cossacks. As a schoolboy he began to consider himself an anarchist after reading a Soviet biography of Bakunin. While a student at the Irkutsk State University he published essays about anarchism in underground publications and even started an anarchist commune in 1981. (From : TheKateSharpleyLibrary.net.)

(1957 - ) ~ Bachelor of History and Doctor of Philosophy : (Barcelona, ??1957). Bachelor of History and Doctor of Philosophy. He has published Because You Never Know , ed. Laia, Barcelona, ??1984, in collaboration with JA Gonz?lez S?inz, and the travel book The Last Soviet Summer , ed. FAL, Madrid, 1999. (From : fuentetajaliteraria.com.)

(1530 - 1563) ~ French Magistrate, Classicist, Writer, Poet, and Political Theorist : A French magistrate, classicist, writer, poet, and political theorist, best remembered for his intense and intimate friendship with essayist Michel de Montaigne. His early political treatise Discourse on Voluntary Servitude was posthumously adopted by the Huguenot movement and is sometimes seen as an early influence on modern anti-statist, utopian, and civil disobedience thought. (From : Wikipedia.org.)

Early 1920's, Mainland Chinese, Anarchist and Anti-Marxist : Played a leadership role in the movement. (From : Degruyter.com.)

(1882 - 1949) ~ Bulgarian Communist Politician, First Communist Leader of Bulgaria from 1946 to 1949,led the Communist International from 1935 to 1943 : Also known as Georgiy Mihaylovich Dimitrov was a Bulgarian communist politician. He was the first communist leader of Bulgaria from 1946 to 1949. Dimitrov led the Communist International from 1935 to 1943. (From : Wikipedia.org.)

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"State Socialism and Anarchism," by Benjamin R. Tucker, 1888.

"Notes for the Study of the Ideology of the Cuban Revolution," by Ernesto Che Guevara, October 8, 1960, published by Verde Olivo.

"The Enslavement of American Labor," by George S. Boutwell. Address Delivered in Faneuil Hall, January 22, 1902, Under the Auspices of the Boston Central Labor Union, (Boston: New England Anti-Imperialist League, 1902).

"Class and Character," by Margaret Sanger, Jun 1914. Source: The Woman Rebel, Vol. 1, No. 4, June 1914, p.28 , Margaret Sanger Microfilm C16:0542.; Source: The Woman Rebel, Vol. 1, No. 5, July 1914, 36, Margaret Sanger MicrofilmC16:550. Source: The Woman Rebel, Vol. 1, No. 6, August 1914, 44, Margaret Sanger Microfilm C16:558.

"A Plea For A Labour College For Scotland," by John Maclean and J.D. MacDougall, first published as a pamphlet in February 1916.

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