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While translating this page to Italian, I've seen the citation "social revolution means the reorganization of the industrial, economic life of the country and consequently also of the entire structure of society", attributed to Kropotkin, was instead written by Alexander Berkman. The whole text is on Wikisource. I fix the article. Marco Bernardini (talk) 19:05, 25 January 2009 (UTC)