Panait Mușoiu

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Panait Mușoiu (1864-November 14, 1944) was a Romanian anarchist and socialist activist, the author of the first Romanian translation of The Communist Manifesto.[1] He was one of the main figures of anarchism in Romania[2] and the founder of several left-wing magazines (Munca, Mișcarea socială, Revista ideei) in which he published articles on political and social issues.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Propaganda în mişcarea socială (1891)
  • Determinismul social (1892)
  • Despre mişcarea socialistă (1893)
  • Metoda experimentală în politică (1893)
  • Scrieri (posthumously, 1976)

Further reading[edit]

  • Martin Veith, Unbeugsam - Panait Mușoiu - ein Pionier des rumänischen Anarchismus, Lich, 2013 (German)
  • Gălățeanu, A., Gogoneață, Nicolae: Evocări - Panait Mușoiu, 216p., Editura Politică, București, 1970.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Panait Mușoiu in Dicționar politic, at Marxists Internet Archive
  2. ^ Brătulescu, Vlad (2011). "Anarhismul în România". Studia Politica. Romanian Political Science Review. University of Bucharest. 2011 (2): 274–285. Retrieved 27 March 2013.

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