Caroline Cahm. Kropotkin and the Rise of Revolutionary Anarchism, 1872-1886.
Cambridge/Nueva York: Cambridge University Press, 1989.
xii, 372 páginas.
Kropotkin and the development of the theory of anarchist communism
1 – Bakuninism
From reform to revolution: 1872 Kropotkin’s first contact with the International and bakuninism
The Anti-authoritarian International: statist/anti-statist polarisation
2 – Anarchist communism
The origin of anarchist communist ideas
Kropotkin and anarchist communism 1877-1886
Kropotkin and the development of anarchist ideas of revolutionary action by individuals and small groups (1872-1886)
3 – Revolutionary action and the emergent anarchist movement of the seventies
4 – Propaganda by deed: the development of the idea
5 – Kropotkin and propaganda by deed
6 – Kropotkin and acts of revolt
7 – The Congress of London 1881 and ‘The Spirit of Revolt’
8 – The trial of Lyon 1883 and response to persecution
Kropotkin and the development of anarchist views of collective revolutionary action (1872-1886)
9 – Trade unionism and the emergent anarchist movement of the seventies
10 – Kropotkin and collective action in the labour movement
Early hostility to trade unions: his denunciation of British trade unionism
The Pittsburgh strikes in the United States and the revival of the labour movement in England and France
The Strikers’ International