ONE of the most interesting aspects of Kropotkin's political thought is the federalist idea which constantly recurs in his writings and forms one of the basic factors in his anarchist ideology. Although Kropotkin's federalism is not a systematic theory and cannot be very clearly differentiated from that of Proudhon or Bakunin, it nevertheless presents various characteristics which make its study of interest. By C. Berneri, From: PETER KROPOTKIN, His Federalist Ideas
From Anarchy Archives. Biography and works of Kropotkin.
Kropotkin Reference Archive (part of the Marxists Internet Archive)
Short summaries and the texts of 3 Kropotkin's works (in English): "Anarchism: Its Philosophy and Ideal" (1898), "Communism and Anarchy" (1901), "The Russian Revolution and the Soviet Government" (1919).
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