Okay, so it’s kind of late for this, but it’s still 12/21 here in California and I’ve had a crazy kind of day. It’s amazing I’ve got any work done at all. If anarchists were immortal, Peter Alekseevich Kropotkin would be 165 years old today. I’ve always been open with y’all that I haven’t read much of the historical work on anarchy, but Kropotkin I’m somewhat familiar with. Sure, he was an anarcho-communist, but nobody’s perfect 😉 And, he was quite possibly the most influential anarchist writer of all time. In honor of his birthday I went looking for more information about him on the web and what should I find? Kropotkin’s Collected Works all available for online reading thanks to Dana Ward, Professor of Political Studies at Pitzer College.
So next time you find yourself with a little spare time, or in the need for some enlightenment, swing on by the Anarchy Archives, wish Comrade Kropotkin a Happy Birthday, and get some hardcore learnin’ goin’ on.
The Complete Applied Anarchy Series-
- What Is Applied Anarchy?
- Applied Anarchy – One Way I Legally Avoid Taxes
- Applied Anarchy: Financial Security Without Fiat Currency
- Practicing What We Preach
- Applied Anarchy: Why Anarchists Should Vote For Ron Paul
- Applied Anarchy – Parking Meters
- Applied Anarchy – Minimizing Your Income Tax Burden
- Sales Tax and Couponing For Cash
- Applied Anarchy – 12 Steps To Recovery
- Money Makes The World Go Round
- Doing Away With Fiat Currency
- Applied Anarchy – Free Market Health Care
- Applied Anarchy – How Would It Work?
- Applied Anarchy – Listen To Your Kids
- Happy Birthday Comrade Kropotkin!
- The Market Finally Takes Down DRM – Copyright Quivers In Boots
- Pushing The Political Easy Button
- A Call To Arms For Anarchist Bloggers
- Applied Anarchy – Voting As Self-Defense
- Applied Anarchy: Why Taxes Are Theft
- I’m Now A Silver AMPlifier for Free Talk Live!
- Applied Anarchy: You CAN Trust Politicians…
- How The Market Can Enforce Intellectual Property
- Applied Anarchy – Make Freedom A Bestseller
- Why Seek Liberation?