Anarchism in Russia

Anarchism In Russia

Russian anarchism is anarchism in Russia or among Russians. The three categories of Russian anarchism were anarchist communism, anarcho-syndicalism and anarchist individualism. The ranks of all three were predominantly drawn from the intelligentsia and the working class, though the anarchist communists – the most numerous group – made appeals to soldiers and peasants also.

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