Making Sense of Anarchism: Errico Malatesta’s Experiments with Revolution, 1889-1900
Davide Turcato makes the relevance of history dynamically clear. Making Sense of Anarchism is simultaneously a critique of how history is typically written and a demonstration of how to do it right. Using Errico Malatesta's revolutionary exploits as a guide, Turcato provides an antidote to studies that equate anarchism with irrationality. He also produces a gripping survey of debates and political experiments as crucial to the twenty-first century as they were to the nineteenth. Davide Turcato is the editor of The Method of Freedom: An Errico Malatesta Reader, and of Malatesta's complete works, a ten-volume project being released in English by AK Press.
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