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p. 142. Revolutionary momentslocked

  • Colin Ward


Revolutions throughout history have produced anarchists. ‘Revolutionary moments’ looks back at periods of revolutionary activity during the past four centuries including the English Civil War, the French Revolution, the European revolutions of 1848, events in Mexico at the turn of the 20th century, the Russian Revolution, Italian Unification, the Spanish Civil War, and decades later, a new surge of popular uprisings in defiance of Stalin's regime Looking even further back, there were antecedents of anarchism in the past, in the slave riots of the Roman Empire and in all subsequent revolutionary upheavals of the oppressed.

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