Australian Left Review

Abstract

DANIEL GUERIN’S BOOK is much inferior to anarchist sympathiser George Woodcock's Anarchism. Besides including only h a lf the material Woodcock does, omitting an index and being written in a sloppy and ambiguous style, it is as extremely tendentious as Guerin’s previous books about the French Revolution have been.

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