Italian Anarchism, 1864-1892

Italian Anarchism, 1864-1892 Pernicone S Book Is The Most Comprehensive And Balanced Study To Date Of The Italian Anarchist Movement American Historical ReviewRussian Revolutionary Mikhail Bakunin Nurtured Anarchism In Italy, Making It The Dominant Expression Of Socialism Triumphant Over Marxism And All Other Revolutionary Doctrines From The First International To The 1872 Anti Authoritarian International, From Government Suppression And Anarchist Insurrection To Errico Malatesta S Prominent Role In Resurrecting The Anarchist Movement, Nunzio Pernicone S Original Research Provides A Critical Examination Of Early Anarchist Practices.Nunzio Pernicone Is An Associate Professor Of History At Drexel University He Is The Author Of Carlo Tresca Portrait Of A Rebel. I m a historian of the global anarchist movement Black Flame 2009 Cartography of Revolutionary Anarchism 2013 , but during what I term the First Wave 1868 1894 , the Italian anarchist movement was always a bit vague to me The reason was that most historians make a point of stressing that the Italians made their mark not in Italy, but as travelling militants, especially in Egypt, Tunisia, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil and the United States But the conundrum was if Italian anarchists were s I m a historian of the global anarchist movement Black Flame 2009 Cartography of Revolutionary Anarchism 2013 , but during what I term the First Wave 1868 1894 , the Italian anarchist movement was always a bit vague to me The reason was that most historians make a point of stressing that the Italians made their mark not in Italy, but as travelling militants, especially in Egypt, Tunisia, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil and the United States But the conundrum was if Italian anarchists were so influential in the revolutionary labour movement abroad, how was it possible that they had little traction where they came from Now Pernicone as helped explain why Firstly, the dominance in Italy from the time of the Italian Federation of the IWMA of a form of self described anarcho collectivism later anarcho communism that was insurrectionist and anti syndicalist in the manner of Hatta Shuzo and the
Armed with footnotes and provisioned with a healthy bibliography, Italian Anarchism, 1864 1892 is not an easy read for the casual reader, or even the casual antiauthorian leftist Isn t that the euphemism for anarchist these days Still, I don t regret the time I spent reading insurrection after insurrection, congress upon congress the nearly 300 pages of text in Nunzio Pernicone s history of these three decades He writes not just about heroes like Errico Malatesta, but introduces the reader Armed with footnotes and provisioned with a healthy bibliography, Italian Anarchism, 1864 1892 is not an easy read for the casual reader, or even the casual antiauthorian leftist Isn t that the euphemism for anarchist these days Still, I don t regret the time I spent reading ins
A good introduction to Italian anarchism I found the discussion regarding anti organizationalist anarchist to be especially interesting.

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  • Paperback
  • 356 pages
  • Italian Anarchism, 1864-1892
  • Nunzio Pernicone
  • English
  • 17 July 2018
  • 1904859976