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BAKUNIN, Mihail Aleksandrovič (1814-1876).- Studies (Continued)
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- J. Lavrin; "Bakunin", in his Russia, Slavdom And The Western World, (London: Geoffrey Bles, 1969) pp. 101-114.

- A. Lehning; "Bakunin’s concept of revolutionary organizations and their role: a study of his secret societies", in C. Abramsky (editor), Essays In Honour Of E.H. Carr, (London: Macmillan, & Hamden, CT.: Shoe String Press, 1974) pp. 57-81.

- A. Lehning; "Herzen and Bakunin: an ambiguous friendship", in M. Partridge (editor), Alexander Herzen And European Culture, (Nottingham: Astra Publications, 1985) pp. 87- 104.

- A. Lehning; "Michael Bakunin: the theory and practice of anti-state federalism in 1870-1871", in J.A. Leith (editor), Images Of The Commune, (Montreal: McGill University Press, 1978) pp. 225-244.

- G.A. Lewis; "Ahead from nature: Bakunin", in his News From Somewhere: connecting health and freedom in the workplace, (Westport, CT.: Greenwood, 1986) pp. 27-35.

- P. Marshall; "Michael Bakunin: the fanatic of freedom", in his Demanding The Impossible: a history of anarchism, (London & New York: Harper Collins, 1992) pp. 263-308.

- K. Marx; "The conspectus of Bakunin’s State And Anarchy ", in K. Marx and others (editor N.Y. Kolpinsky), Anarchism And Anarchosyndicalism: selected writings, (Moscow: Progress Publishers, & London: Lawrence And Wishart, & New York: International, 1972) pp. 147-152.

- T.G. Masaryk; "M.A. Bakunin: revolutionary anarchism", in his The Spirit Of Russia, (London: Allen And Unwin, 1968, & New York: Macmillan, 1969) pp. 430-471 of Volume 1 [1919].

- G. Mayer; "The struggle against Bakunin", in his Friedrich Engels, (New York: Howard Fertig, 1969) pp. 217-228 [1936].

- J. M. Meijer; "Bakunin in Zurich", in his Knowledge And Revolution: the Russian colony in Zurich, 1870-1873, (Assen: Van Gorcum And Co., 1955) pp. 85-111.

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- J. Milojkovic-Djuric; "Herzen’s and Bakunin’s evaluation of the exhibit and of the Moscow Slav Congress", in her Panslavism And National Identity In Russia And In The Balkans, 1830-1880: images of the self and others, (Boulder, CO.: Eastern European Monographs: no. 394, 1994) pp. 86-91.

- D. Morland; “Bakunin: authoritarian anarchism”, in his Demanding The Impossible? Human nature and politics in nineteenth-century social anarchism, (London & Washington, DC.: Cassell, 1997) pp. 77-124.

- Brian Morris, "Bakunin and the human subject" Anarchist Studies 22 No.2 (2014)

- M. Nettlau; "Elisee Reclus and Michael Bakunin", in J. Ishill (editor), Elie And Elisee Reclus: in memoriam, (Berkeley Heights, NJ.: Oriole Press, 1927) pp. 197-208.

- D. Nicholls; "Atheists and anarchists: Bakunin", in his Deity And Domination, (London & New York: Routledge, 1994) [1989] pp. 199-206.

- B. Nicolaevsky & O. Maenchen-Helfen; "Michael Bakunin", in their Karl Marx: man and fighter, (Harmondsworth & New York: Penguin, 1976) pp. 297-316 [1936].

- M. Nomad; "The heretic: Michael Bakunin, apostle of pan-destruction ", in his Apostles Of Revolution, (New York: Collier-Macmillan, 1961) [1939] pp. 151-213.

- D. Offord; "Revolutionary strategies: Lavrov, Bakunin and Tkachev", in his The Russian Revolutionary Movement In The 1880s, (Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 1986) pp. 8-16.

- R. Payne; "Bakunin", in his The Fortress, (London: W.H. Allen, & New York: Simon And Schuster, 1967) pp. 101-122.

- N. Pernicone; "Bakunin and the origins of Italian anarchism", in his Italian Anarchism, 1864-1892, (Princeton, NJ.: Princeton University Press, 1993) pp. 11-53.

- G. Plekhanov; "Bakounine", in his Anarchism And Socialism, (Westport, CO.: Hyperion Press, 1990) [1895] pp. 78-102.

- A.S. Rappaport; A section on Lavrov and Bakunin, in his Pioneers Of The Russian Revolution, (New York: Brentano’s, & London: Stanley Paul, 1918) pp. 152-178.

- R. Rosdolsky; " Democratic Pan-Slavism: Engels contra Bakunin", in his Engels And The Non-Historic Peoples: the national question and the revolutions of 1848 - Critique, no. 18/19, (Glasgow: Critique Publications, 1986) pp. 156-178.

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- R.E. Rubinstein; "Rival prophets: Bakunin and Marx", in his Alchemists Of Revolution, (New York: Basic Books, 1987) pp. 141-157.

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- A.J. Sack; "Mikhail Alexandrovich Bakunin", in A.J. Sack (editor), The Birth Of Russian Democracy, (New York: Russian Information Bureau, 1918) pp. 171-179.

- L. Schapiro; "Michael Bakunin: through chaos to utopia", in his Russian Studies, (New York & London: Viking Penguin, 1987) pp. 353-358.

- J.L. Scherer; "Bakunin and the Hegelian dialectic", in A.M. Mlikotin (editor), Western Philosophical Systems In Russian Literature, (Los Angeles, CA.: University of Southern California Press, 1979) pp. 25-34.

- M.S. Shatz; "Bakunin, Turgenev and Radin", in D. Offord (editor), The Golden Age Of Russian Literature And Thought, (London: Macmillan, & New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1992) pp. 103-114.

- M.S. Shatz; "Michael Bakunin and his biographers: the question of sexual impotence", in E. Mendelsohn & M.S. Shatz (editor), Imperial Russia, 1700-1917: state, society, revolution. Essays in honor of Marc Raeff, (DeKalb, IL.: Northern Illinois University Press, 1988) pp. 219-240.

- R.D. Sonn; “The philosophy of anarchism: Mikhail Bakunin”, in his Anarchism, (Boston: Twayne, 1992) pp. 27-33.

- E. Szabo; "Marx and Bakunin", in G. Litvan & J.M. Bak (editors), Socialism And Social Science: selected writings of Ervin Szabo, 1877-1918, (London & Boston, MA.: Routledge And Kegan Paul, 1982) pp. 74-92, and reprinted in:

-  J.M. Bak and others (editors), Liberty And Socialism: writings of libertarian socialists in Hungary, 1884-1919, (Savage, MD.: Rowman And Littlefield, 1991) pp. 43-68.

- E. Taylor; "Michael Bakunin", in ’ “American Heritage” Editors’ (editors), The Horizon Book Of Makers Of Modern Thought, (New York: American Heritage Publications, 1972) pp. 344-355.

- P. Thomas; "Marx, Bakunin and the International", in his Karl Marx And The Anarchists, (London & New York: Routledge And Kegan Paul, 1985) [1980] pp. 249-340.

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-  Ideologies And Illusions, (Cambridge, MA.: Harvard University Press, 1976) pp. 10- 28.

- D. Valovoi & H. Lapschina; "Mikhail Bakunin: a restless soul", in their Names On An Obelisk, (Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1983) pp. 278-295.

- Various authors; “Mikhail (Alexandrovich) Bakunin, 1814-1876”, in J. Mullane & R.T. Wilson (editors), Nineteenth-Century Literary Criticism: volume 25, (Detroit, IL.: Gale Research Inc., 1990) pp. 36-77.

- Various authors; “Mikhail (Alexandrovich) Bakunin, 1814-1876: Russian political philosopher and social activist”, in D. Evans & M.L. Onorato (editors), Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism: volume 58, (Detroit, IL.: Gale Research Inc., 1997) pp. 93-152.

- V. Varlamov; "Bakunin and the Russian Jacobins and Blanquists as evaluated by Soviet historiography", in C.E. Black (editor), Rewriting Russian History, (London: Atlantic Press, 1957, & New York: Random House, 1962) [1956] pp. 302-333.

- E. Vizetelly; "Bakunin, the father of modern anarchism", in his The Anarchists: their faith and their records, (New York: Kraus Reprint Co., 1972) [1911] pp. 21-38.

- E. Voeglin; A section on Bakunin, in his From Enlightenment To Revolution, (Durham, NC.: Duke University Press, 1975) pp. 195-239.

- D. Van Mohrenschildt; “Populism and anarchism: ... M.A. Bakunin”, in his Toward A United States Of Russia, (East Brunswick, NJ.: Associated University Presses, 1981) pp. 178-194.

- A. Vucinich; "The social theory of anarchism: Michael Bakunin … “, in his Social Theory In Russia, (Chicago, IL.: University Of Chicago Press, 1976) pp. 67-78.

- E.T. Weiant; "Mikhail A. Bakunin", in his Sources Of Modern Mass Atheism In Russia, (Mt. Vernon, CT.: Printing Arts Press, 1953) pp. 67-90.

- E. Wilson; "Cold water on Bakunin", in his The Shores Of Light, (Boston, MA.: Northeastern University Press, 1985) [1952] pp. 716-721.

- E. Wilson; "Historical actors: Bakunin", in his To The Finland Station, (London: Macmillan, & New York: Farrar Straus Giroux, 1972) pp. 305-337. [1940]

- G. Woodcock; "The destructive urge", in his Anarchism: a history of libertarian movements and ideas, (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1988, & Cleveland, OH.: New American Library, 1984) [1962] pp. 121-152.

- G. Woodcock; "Michael Bakunin and the First International", in his Anarchy Or Chaos?, (Willimantic, CT.: Lysander Spooner Books, 1992) [1944] pp. 36-45.

- V.V. Zenkovsky; "M.A. Bakunin … ", in his A History Of Russian Philosophy, (London: Routledge And Kegan Paul, 1952, & New York: Columbia University Press, 1953) pp. 245-257 of Volume 1.

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