Dead end or open road? Assessing the history of anarchism.
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About the Author
DAVIDE TURCATO is Italian and lives in Vancouver, Canada. He is a computational linguist with an interest in history. He has published several articles on Errico Malatesta and Italian anarchism, and he is the editor of Malatesta's collected works, a ten-volume project currently under way in Italy.
Table of ContentsList of Illustrations Preface Introduction: Anarchism, a Simple and Odd Business? The First International: A Lasting Heritage An 'Anarchist Rarity' Reappears, 1889 A Short-Lived, Momentous Periodical, 1889–90 Opaque Insurrectionary Trials, 1890–92 Open-Ended Popular Movements, 1892–94 Patient Work in the Light of Day, 1894–98 From the Other Side of the Atlantic Ocean, 1899–1900 Malatesta's Anarchism: A Charitable Interpretation Conclusion: A Complex, Rational Business References