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Mikhail Bakunin

a.k.a. Mikhail Alexandrovitch Bakunin

Author Code: RMBX

Born: May 30, 1814 - Pryamukhino, Russia

Died: Jul. 1, 1876 - Berne, Switzerland

After some years in the Russian army, Bakunin resigned in order to study philosophy at the University of Moscow. There he developed his radical and anarchist views. In 1840, he went to Berlin, where he joined the socialist movement and began to promote anarchic revolution. After short stays in Zurich and Brussels, Bakunin went to Paris in 1844. He met Karl Marx and Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, the latter becoming a close friend. While in Paris, he was denounced by the Russian government and effectively sentenced in absentia to Siberian exile should he ever return to Russia. Bakunin continued his revolutionary ways over the next decade with involvement in the 1848 revolution in Germany and the establishment of a Slav Federation. Finally arrested in 1849, he was sentenced to death in Saxony, however he was handed over to Austrian authorities before eventually being returned to Russia in 1851. In 1857, he was sent into exile in Siberia. He managed to escape first to Japan and then to America where, after a few months, he boarded a ship for England, arriving in 1861. After moving around Europe over the next three years, he settled in Italy. In 1866, he founded the International Brotherhood (or the Alliance of Revolutionary Socialists). Over the next few years he opposed Karl Marx's ideas in the First International and this eventually led to his expulsion in 1872. In 1874, he returned to Switzerland and was hospitalized the following year. Bakunin's works were primarily pamphlets, but he did produce some longer works. These include Reaction in Germany (1842), Appeal to the Slavs (1848), The People's Cause (1862), Federalism, Socialism and Anti-Theologism (1867), Letters to a Frenchman (1870), The Knouto-Germanic Empire (1871) and Statism and Anarchy (1873).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
RMBX002 The Capitalist System 1871 7 189k eBook Download PDF - 'The Capitalist System' (RMBX002) Find a printed copy of The Capitalist System by Mikhail Bakunin at AbeBooks
RMBX003 God and the State 1882 Posthumous 38 349k eBook Download PDF - 'God and the State' (RMBX003) Find a printed copy of God and the State by Mikhail Bakunin at AbeBooks
RMBX001 Writings
  The Class War
  The Commune, the Church and the State
  The German Crisis
  God or Labor: The Two Camps
  The Organization of the International
  The Policy of the Council
  Politics and the State
  The Red Association
  On the Social Upheaval
  Solidarity in Liberty: the Workers' Path to Freedom
  Where I Stand
  The Workers and the Sphinx
1867-1871 33 274k eBook Download PDF - 'Writings' (RMBX001) Find a printed copy of Writings by Mikhail Bakunin at AbeBooks

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