by Paul Eltzbacher
Publisher: Project Gutenberg 2011
Number of pages: 309
First published in Berlin in 1900 after the assassination of Czar Alexander II and after the Haymarket Tragedy. Both violent events were attributed to anarchists. This book has merit because of its honest appraisal of libertarianism/anarchism at a time when anarchism was a political disapproval word.
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