Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1809-1865): Proudhon was one of the few great revolutionary leaders of genuinely plebeian origion, his father having been a barrel-maker. Scholarship aid enabled him to pursue his studies. In 1840, in Paris, his pamphlet What Is Property? was published and created a sensation with the thesis that property is theft and an impossibility. His further publications gave him a wide reputation as a radical. Involved with radical politics and in his contact with the Marxists, he soon rejected their doctrine, seeking rather a middle way between socialist theories and classical economics. From: Prominent Anarchists and Left-Libertarians
Philosophy of Misery
The famous essay by Proudhon.
The Poverty of Philosophy
A critique of Proudhon's Philosophy of Poverty, by Karl Marx.
Proudhon Archive
Contains biography, bibliography and collected works of Proudhon.
Proudhon's Bank of the People
Charles Dana's classic introduction to the ideas of Proudhon and mutualist-anarchism.
Proudhon, Pierre-Joseph
Biography from encyclopedia of 1848 revolutions.

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