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Kropotkin, Pëtr Alekseevič
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Pëtr Kropotkin was a writer and propagandist active in the international anarchist movement from 1872 to 1921. As well as co-founding two influential anarchist papers, Le Révolté and Freedom, he lectured and toured extensively. He completed ten major books, several important pamphlets, and reports and regularly contributed articles to the anarchist press and intellectual periodicals. His writing, published in cheap editions and in translation, circulated widely throughout Western Europe and North America. His influence was immense: his ideas were adopted by activists involved in the 1911 Mexican Revolution and the 1929 Korean Anarchist Federation in Manchuria. Although Kropotkin’s support for the Entente against the Central powers in 1914 damaged his standing in the anarchist movement, his status as a leading theorist of anarchism was unaffected.
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