Examining the political philosophy of this fascinating man, whose ideas are now enjoying a revival of interest.
What People Are Saying
"Fleming has contributed to our understanding of nineteenth-century anarchist theory by exploring the life of a figure largely unknown to historians of political thought." American Political Science Review
"A valuable scholarly book on the …life of this interesting and influential anarchist." Political Studies
"A solid addition to the resurgence of anarchist scholarship…for upper-division students and all political-theory collections." I
"Fills a significant gap…not simply of historical significance, but will be seen as relevant today by those who are concerned about moral values in our social life." Canadian Journal of Political Science
"A good argument for the idea that anarchism of the last century was a remarkably stimulating haven." American Historical Review
About the Author
Dr. Marie Fleming teaches political science at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario.