Marxism, Freedom and the State

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by Michael Bakunin The contents of this collection are largely taken from those writings of Bakunin touching on…

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by Michael Bakunin

The contents of this collection are largely taken from those writings of Bakunin touching on his controversy with Marx and therefore belong to the years 1870-72, but the passage dealing with the nature and characteristics of the State in general are mostly taken from Federalism, Socialism and Anti-Theologianism, written in 1867, and based, as the title indicates, on the close connection, in Bakunin’s view, between the State and religion.

 

Freedom Press
First Published 1950, This Edition 1998
ISBN: 0-900384-27-1
63 pages
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