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  2. Errico Malatesta - Wikipedia

    Errico Malatesta (4 December 1853 – 22 July 1932) was an Italian anarchist propagandist and revolutionary socialist. He edited several radical newspapers and spent much of his life exiled and imprisoned, having been jailed and expelled from Italy, England, France, and Switzerland.

  3. Errico Malatesta | Italian revolutionary | Britannica

    Errico Malatesta, Errico also spelled Enrico, (born Dec. 14, 1853, Santa Maria Capua Vetere, Kingdom of Naples [Italy]—died July 22, 1932, Rome), Italian anarchist and agitator, a leading advocate of “propaganda of the deed,” the doctrine urged largely by Italian anarchists that revolutionary ideas could best be spread by armed insurrection.

  4. Errico Malatesta: his life and ideas |

    Italian anarchist-communist, militant, and critic of syndicalism, Errico Malatesta is one of the most influential figures in the history of anarchism. Now available online, Errico Malatesta: His Life & Ideas includes both a collection of his writings taken from various Italian periodicals, and a biographical sketch from the editor, Vernon ...

  5. Malatesta, Errico, 1853-1932 |

    Errico Malatesta, who coined the unambiguous phrase above, was born on December 14, 1853. He dedicated his life to the anarchist cause, joining the Italian section of the First International Working Men's Association in 1871, shortly after the Paris Commune uprising, and dying on July 22 1932 while under arrest ordered by Mussolini.

  6. Errico Malatesta | The Anarchist Library

    Communism and Individualism — Errico Malatesta Jul 27, 2020 8 pp. Dear Comrades at Ilota — Enrico Malatesta Dec 28, 2020 6 pp. The Decline of the Revolutionary Spirit and the Need for Resistance — Giuseppe Rinaldi Sep 7, 2021 6 pp. Democracy and Anarchy — Errico Malatesta Mar 4, 2009 6 pp.

  7. At The Café | The Anarchist Library

    Towards the end of 1897 Malatesta was identified and discovered by the Ancona police. He was arrested and then released. Immediately he began a round of lectures, abandoning both his journal and the unfinished dialogues. In 1898 he was placed under house arrest and in March 1899 he fled abroad, once more becoming a refugee.

  8. Errico Malatesta Quotes (Author of Anarchy) - Goodreads

    60 quotes from Errico Malatesta: 'We anarchists do not want to emancipate the people; we want the people to emancipate themselves.', 'Hate does not produce love, and by hate one cannot remake the world.', and 'In all times and in all places, whatever may be the name that the government takes, whatever has been its origin, or its organization ...

  9. Errico Malatesta Reference Archive -

    Born in southern Italy in 1853, into a growing mood of republicanism, Malatesta soon saw the need for a more profound change in society, and in 1871 joined the Italian section of the International, where he linked up with the anarchist faction of the International.

  10. Errico Malatesta - Wikipedia

    Errico Gaetano Maria Pasquale Malatesta ( Santa Maria Capua Vetere, 14 dicembre 1853 – Roma, 22 luglio 1932) è stato un anarchico e scrittore italiano, tra i principali teorici del movimento anarchico . Passò più di dieci anni della sua vita in carcere e buona parte in esilio all'estero.

  11. Books by Errico Malatesta (Author of Anarchy) - Goodreads

    Errico Malatesta has 107 books on Goodreads with 8678 ratings. Errico Malatesta’s most popular book is Anarchy.