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TO THE POINT! TO ACTION! An Interpretation of the Democratic Idea. With a sketch of the author by Joseph by  Anselme BELLEGARRIGUE - 1st printing of the first edition. 1st printing in English of th - 2012 - from Horizon Books (SKU: 116849)

TO THE POINT! TO ACTION! An Interpretation of the Democratic Idea. With a sketch of the author by Joseph

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TO THE POINT! TO ACTION! An Interpretation of the Democratic Idea. With a sketch of the author by Joseph

by BELLEGARRIGUE, Anselme

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Portland, Oregon: Corvus Editions, 2012. 1st printing of the first edition. 1st printing in English of the first revised edition. Translation by Collective Reason, Robert Tucker, Jesse Cohn & Shawn P. Wilbur. Final edits by Wilbur. Jesse Cohn & Shawn P. Wilbur. Final edits by Wilbur. 33 pages. Stapled paperback pamphlet. Near Fine. Direct from the publisher. From a smoke free environment. Bright, tight & clean. No names or other markings. From a smoke free environment.. 33 pp. Reprint from the 1848 edition. Stapled paperback pamphlet. BELLEGARRIGUE WAS A French individualist anarchist. For Anarchist historian George Woodcock, "Bellegarrigue stood near to Stirner at the individualist end of the anarchist spectrum. He dissociated himself from all the political revolutionaries of 1848, and even Proudhon, whom he resembled in many of his ideas & from whom he derived more than he was inclined to admit."Bellegarrigue's "conception of revolution by civil disobedience suggests that in America Bellegarrigue may have made contact with at least the ideas of (Henry David) Thoreau

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Bookseller Inventory #
116849
Title
TO THE POINT! TO ACTION! An Interpretation of the Democratic Idea. With a sketch of the author by Joseph
Author
BELLEGARRIGUE, Anselme
Format/binding
33 pages. Stapled paperback pamphlet
Book condition
Used - Near Fine. Direct from the publisher. From a smoke free environment. Bright, tight & clean. No names or other markings. From
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Edition
1st printing of the first edition. 1st printing in English of th
Publisher
Corvus Editions
Place of Publication
Portland, Oregon
Date published
2012
Keywords
Radical, ANARCHISM, Recollection, translated from the French

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