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  1. Mikhail Alexandrovich Bakunin [a] ( / bəˈkuːnɪn /; [5] 1814–1876) was a Russian revolutionary anarchist, socialist and founder of collectivist anarchism. He is considered among the most influential figures of anarchism and a major founder of the revolutionary socialist and social anarchist tradition. [6] Bakunin's prestige as a revolutionary also made him one of the most famous ideologues in Europe, gaining substantial influence among radicals throughout Russia and Europe.

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  3. Mikhail Bakunin | Russian anarchist | Britannica

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    Mikhail Bakunin, in full Mikhail Aleksandrovich Bakunin, (born May 30 [May 18, Old Style], 1814, Premukhino, Russia—died July 1 [June 19], 1876, Bern, Switzerland), chief propagator of 19th-century anarchism, a prominent Russian revolutionary agitator, and a prolific political writer. His quarrel with Karl Marx split the anarchist and Marxist wings of the revolutionary socialist movement for many years after their deaths.

  4. Mikhail Bakunin - Wikipedia

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    Mikhail Alexandrovich Bakunin [a] ( / bəˈkuːnɪn /; [5] 1814–1876) was a Russian revolutionary anarchist, socialist and founder of collectivist anarchism. He is considered among the most influential figures of anarchism and a major founder of the revolutionary socialist and social anarchist tradition. [6] Bakunin's prestige as a revolutionary also made him one of the most famous ideologues in Europe, gaining substantial influence among radicals throughout Russia and Europe.

  5. Mikhail Bakunin summary | Britannica

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    Mikhail Bakunin. Mikhail Bakunin, (born May 30, 1814, Premukhino, Russia—died July 1, 1876, Bern, Switz.), Russian anarchist and political writer. He traveled in western Europe and was active in the Revolutions of 1848. After attending the Slav congress in Prague, he wrote the manifesto “An Appeal to Slavs” (1848). Arrested for revolutionary intrigues in Germany (1849), he was sent to Russia and exiled to Siberia.

  6. Mikhail Bakunin | Encyclopedia.com

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    Mikhail Bakunin May 30, 1814 Premukhino, Russia July 1, 1876 Bern, Switzerland Philosopher and anarchist "It is obvious that liberty will never be given to humanity and that the real interests of society, of all groups, local associations, and individuals who make up society will never be satisfied until there are no longer any states."

  7. Biography-- Mikhail Bakunin - Marxists

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    In 1850, Bakunin was extradited to Russia (his first prison stay in Russia was in the infamous dungeons of the Fortress Peter and Paul), where Bakunin spent his next 11 years in various prisons and finally, Siberian exile. In June 1861 Bakunin escaped Siberia, and travelled through Japan and North America to London.

  8. Mikhail Alexandrovich Bakunin (/ b ə ˈ k uː n ɪ n /; 30 May [O.S. 18 May] 1814 – 1 July 1876) was a Russian anarchist and revolutionary. He became an anarchist in the 1860s, and was one of the first people in the movement. Before that he was part of the left-wing of pan-Slavism. He is also known as the father of Russian nihilism.

  9. Mikhail Bakunin Reference Archive - Marxists

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    Mikhail Alexandrovich Bakunin [a] (/bəˈkuːnɪn/; 30 May [O.S. 18 May] 1814 – 1 July 1876) was a Russian revolutionary anarchist, socialist and founder of collectivist anarchism. He is considered among the most influential figures of anarchism and a major founder of the revolutionary socialist and social anarchist tradition.

  10. Born in 1814, Mikhail Bakunin was a Russian revolutionary and key figure in collectivist anarchism. Despite being born into Russian nobility, Bakunin was opposed to class inequality and capitalism . He viewed justice as synonymous with equality and argued that individual freedom could only be achieved if all were equal.