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A Very Select Anarchist Bibliography

The following works are, in the archivist's opinion, the ten books on anarchy that should be read if you are only going to read ten books on anarchy.
Bookchin, M. (1971). Post-Scarcity Anarchism.
Berkeley: Ramparts Press.
Godwin, W. (1793) An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Political
Justice and Its Influence on General Virtue and Happiness, two volumes. London: Robinson.
Goldman, E. (1931). Living My Life. New York:
Kropotkin, P. (1899). Memoirs of a Revolutionist.
New York: Houghton, Mifflin.
--- (1902). Mutual Aid. London:
Marshall, P. (1992). Demanding the Impossible: A
History of Anarchism. London: Harper Collins; Fontana Press, 1993.
Proudhon, P.J. (1840). What is Property: An Inquiry into the Principle of
Right and Government. trans. B.R. Tucker. London: William Reeves. New York (1970): Dover.
Sartwell, Crispin (2008). Against the State: An introduction to anasrchist political theory.
Albany: State University of New York Press.
Schmidt, Michael and Lucien va der Walt (2009). Black Flame: The Revolutionary Class Politics of
Anarchism and Syndicalism. Oakland: AK Press
Wolff, R.P. (1976). In Defense of Anarchism.
New York: Harper Colophon.


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