Peter Kropotkin: From Prince to Rebel
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Peter Kropotkin: From Prince to Rebel

The Anarchist Prince
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AuthorGeorge Woodcock and Ivan Avakumovi?
Published1950 (Boardman Books)

The Anarchist Prince is a biography of Peter Kropotkin by George Woodcock and Ivan Avakumovi?.


Avakumovi? co-authored the book as a student.[1]

The book was republished in 1990 by Black Rose Books as Peter Kropotkin: From Prince to Rebel.[2][3]


The Anarchist Prince was followed a quarter-century later by Martin A. Miller's Kropotkin, which was more scholarly and critical, by comparison, with a fuller bibliography.[4]


  1. ^ "Prof. Ivan Avakumovic, noted historian of 20th-century political movements, dies at 86 - History Department". Retrieved 2016.
  2. ^ McKay, Iain, ed. (2014). "Direct Struggle Against Capital: A Peter Kropotkin Anthology". AK Press – via Google Books.
  3. ^ McLaughlin, Paul (2016). "Anarchism and Authority: A Philosophical Introduction to Classical Anarchism". Routledge – via Google Books.
  4. ^ Shatz, Marshall S. (1995). "Bibliographical note". The Conquest of Bread and Other Anarchist Writings. Cambridge University Press. p. xxix. ISBN 978-0-521-45990-7. OCLC 832639138.

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