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KROPOTKIN, P.

£40.00

Publisher

G. P. Putnam's Sons; Swan Sonnenschein and Co. Ltd.

Place

New York / London

Date

1906

Synopsis

Or industry combined with agriculture and brain work with manual work. illustrated and unabridged. fourth large impression of the popular edition.

Item Description

8vo. 5.25 x 7.5 inches. ix + [i] + 259 pp. Bound in original blue cloth, with black titles. Extremities worn, including spine and a damp stain in the upper and side margin, diminishing through the first half of the text; otherwise a very good copy. 1906 inscription on first free endpaper. Illustrated by 7 text figures and by tables. A work that discusses the decentralisation of industries, the possibilities of agriculture, small industries and industrial villages and brain work and manual work, linking anarchism with science and sociology. Peter Alexeevich Kropotkin (1842-1921) was an anarcho-communist, revolutionary, historian and economist, who spent much of his life in exile, in Switzerland, France and England. A work based on essays originally published in periodicals, 1888-90 and in book form, 1899.

[Stock No. 26864]

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