Giovanni Baldelli

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Giovanni Baldelli (1914–1986) was an anarchist theorist, best known for his 1971 work Social Anarchism[1] which defines social anarchism and provides a framework for its introduction.

Social Anarchism was published originally by Aldine in the USA in 1971 and by Penguin in the UK in 1972. It has now been republished (2009) by Transaction Publishers[2] and is readily available.

Giovanni Baldelli also wrote poetry, plays and philosophical works. Published poetry includes: In French the collections "Quand l'aube se survit," "Chair à étoiles," "Proses et poèmes," "Le pied à l’étrier". In Italian the collections "Itinerario"[3] and "All'ombra del gufo". In English "Seven Fugues".

Baldelli regularly wrote articles for anarchist journals, including the Italian publications "Internazionale" and "Volontà".

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  1. ^ Giovanni Baldelli, Social Anarchism (Piscataway, New Jersey: Transaction Publishing, 2009), pages 204. ISBN 978-0-202-36339-4
  2. ^ Giovanni Baldelli, Social Anarchism (Piscataway, New Jersey: Transaction Publishing, 2009), pages 204. ISBN 978-0-202-36339-4. Retrieved 17-04-2010 from the Transaction Publishers website. http://www.transactionpub.com/title/Social-Anarchism-978-0-202-36339-4.html
  3. ^ Giovanni Baldelli, Itineario (Parma: Guanda, 1973), 168 p., 19 cm. Retrieved 14-04-2010 from the National Library of Australia (Bib ID: 1593162). http://catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/1593162

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