ISBN 0-416-72250-4 (hardback)
|LC Classification||HX828 .J6 1979|
The Anarchists is a book by the historian James Joll. At 265 pages, it is a relatively brief history of the anarchist movement, covering its philosophical beginnings in Europe with William Godwin and Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, the further development by the Russians Peter Kropotkin and Mikhail Bakunin and its influence on the working class movements of the 19th and 20th centuries – mainly in Europe and Russia, but also in the United States.
The Anarchists was first published in 1964; the second edition was published in 1979.
- Part One
- Heresy and reason
- The myth of Revolution
- Reason and revolution: Proudhon
- Bakunin and the great schism
- Terrorism and propaganda by the deed
- Saints and rebels
- The Revolution that failed
- Anarchists and syndicalists
- Anarchists in action: Spain
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