A voyage to New Orleans: anarchist impressions of the Old South
A translation of an account of a voyage to New Orleans by 19th century geographer, philosopher and revolutionary Elisee Reclus. Includes his letters home to a friend and family. also an introductory essay of Reclus' life and work and an epilogue on his later social philosophy.
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A Voyage to New Orleans
Humanity Nature and the Anarchist Ideal
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