All translations are working drafts and should be used or cited carefully. Posts marked “FR/EN” (etc.) are parallel, dual-language texts.

  1. 1992 Parisian squatters’ protest (FR/EN)
  2. A Brawl on the Boulevard Barbès” (1892) (FR/EN)
  3. Anarchist Decalogue” (1930) (FR/EN)
  4. Anarchist Entente—Short Statements (1928–1929) (FR/EN)
  5. [Benjamin R. Tucker on French anarchists] (1904)
  6. Chanson Anarchiste
  7. Disagreement Regarding the Posthumous Publications of Unpublished Works by P.-J. Proudhon (1865)
  8. The Exploits of Ravachol (in progress)
  9. The Feuding Brothers
  10. An Individualist Program” (El Unico, 1912) (FR/EN)
  11. Liberty through Education” (signed by Elisée Reclus, Louise Michel. J. Grave, J. Ardouin, Ch. Malato, E. Janvion, L. Matha, J. Degalvès, Tolstoï, A. Girard, P. Kropotkine, J. Ferrière, L. Malquin) (1898)
  12. Manifesto of the Sixty Workers of the Seine (1864)
  13. Protest of the Mutuellistes” (1834)
  14. Report of the French Delegates to the Geneva Congress (1866)
  15. “Simple Question” (Voix Libertaire, 1929)
  16. Simplism” [three short texts] (FR/EN)
  17. The Voice of the Penal Colony (1893)
  18. A Voyage from Pole to Pole by way of the Center of the Earth (1721)
  19. What is the Anarchist Entente?” (1928) (FR/EN)
  20. Paul Adam, “Eulogy for Ravachol” (1892)
  21. [Proposal for an Anarchist Encyclopedia in 1895] (FR/EN)
  22. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Abdication (FR/EN)
  23. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Abnegation (FR/EN)
  24. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Absolutism (FR/EN)
  25. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Abstraction (FR/EN)
  26. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Abuse (FR/EN)
  27. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Acclimation (FR/EN)
  28. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Acheminement (Advance by stages) (FR/EN)
  29. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Adaptation (FR/EN)
  30. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Admiration (FR/EN)
  31. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Antinomy (FR/EN)
  32. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Art-Action (Action d’art) (FR/EN)
  33. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Avatar (FR/EN)
  34. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Babel (Tower of) (FR/EN)
  35. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Bacchanalia (FR/EN)
  36. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Bagne (Penal colony) (FR/EN)
  37. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Ballotage (Second ballot) (FR/EN)
  38. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Ban (FR/EN)
  39. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Banishment (FR/EN)
  40. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Cabal, Kabbalah (FR/EN)
  41. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Cacophony (FR/EN)
  42. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Debacle (FR/EN)
  43. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Desert (FR/N)
  44. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Enmity (Inimitié) (FR/EN)
  45. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Fogey (FR/EN)
  46. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Gag (Bâillon) (FR/EN)
  47. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Habituation (Accoutumance) (FR/EN)
  48. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Ham-acting (Cabotinage) (FR/EN)
  49. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Hierarchy (FR/EN)
  50. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Impulsive (FR/EN)
  51. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Impunity (FR/EN)
  52. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Imputation (FR/EN)
  53. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Inconsistency (FR/EN)
  54. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Indefinite (FR/EN)
  55. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Initiation (FR/EN)
  56. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Injustice (FR/EN)
  57. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Logomachy (FR/EN)
  58. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Monopolization (Accaparement) (FR/EN)
  59. Anarchist Encyclopedia: Vegetarian (FR/EN)
  60. E. Armand to Max Nettlau (mid-July, 1922)
  61. E. Armand, The Individualist Anarchist Initiation (1923) (in progress)
  62. E. Armand, “In the World, but Not of the World” (1901) (FR/EN)
  63. E. Armand, A Little Manual for the Anarchist Individualist (1911) (FR/EN)
  64. E. Armand, On Sexual Liberty (1916) (FR/EN)
  65. E. Armand, Our Rule of Ideological Conduct (1922)
  66. E. Armand, “Amertume / Bitterness” (1923)
  67. E. Armand, “Plan for an Epitaph” (1923)
  68. E. Armand, Variations on Sensuality (1916) (FR/EN)
  69. E. Armand, “Without Amoralization, No Anarchization” (1926)
  70. E. Armand, “Plan for an Anarchist Individualist International” (1927) (FR/EN)
  71. E. Armand, “The Man of the Solitudes” (1927)(FR/EN)
  72. E. Armand, “Anarchist Entente—A Concrete Proposal” (1928) (ES/EN)
  73. E. Armand, “On Friendship” (1928) (FR/EN)
  74. E. Armand, “Le vrai camarade / The True Camarade” (1928)
  75. E. Armand, “I Am Reproached for Lacking an Ideal” (1928) (FR/EN)
  76. E. Armand, “Is the Anarchist Ideal Achievable?” (1930) (FR/EN)
  77. E. Armand, “Simple reminder” (1934) (FR/EN)
  78. E. Armand, “Tout n’est pas encore perdu / All Is Not Yet Lost” (1937)(FR/EN)
  79. E. Armand, “Sentimentality” (1939) (FR/EN)
  80. E. Armand, “Challenge” (1941) (FR/EN)
  81. E. Armand, “Some Necessary Clarifications” (1945) (FR/EN)
  82. E. Armand, “What We Can Do” (1946) (FR/EN)
  83. E. Armand, “The New Mentality” (1946) (FR/EN)
  84. E. Armand, “James L. Walker and the Philosophy of Egoism” (1946)
  85. Peter Arshinov, “Democracy” (Anarchist Encyclopedia) (FR/EN)
  86. Aurora, “I Am an Individualist” (1925) (FR/EN)
  87. Mikhail Bakunin, Fragment of a letter (undated, c. 1835-1840)
  88. Mikhail Bakunin, Fragment on Pan-Slavism and anarchism (“Me, I am an anarchist…”; undated) [draft]
  89. Mikhail Bakunin, Plan for a Revolutionary Organization (undated; probably 1866) [draft]
  90. Mikhail Bakunin, Contributions to the biography of Mikhail Bakunin (by Max Nettlau; includes memoir by Bakunin) [draft]
  91. Mikhail Bakunin, Letter (“My Dear Grand Papa;” June 29, 1824) [draft]
  92. Mikhail Bakunin, Text addressed to Aleksandra, Liubov, Tatiana and Varvara Aleksandrovna Bakunina (November, 1835)
  93. Mikhail Bakunin, Hamlet (1837)[draft]
  94. Mikhail Bakunin, Fragment on life and spirit (September 4, 1837) [draft]
  95. Mikhail Bakunin, Letter to Arnold Ruge (May, 1843) [draft]
  96. Mikhail Bakunin, Letter to La Réforme (January, 1845) [draft]
  97. Mikhail Bakunin, Dedication to Sofija Karlovna Mel’gunova (April 24, 1845) [draft]
  98. Mikhail Bakunin, Letter to Le Constitutionnel (March 19, 1846) [draft]
  99. Mikhail Bakunin, Speech on the 17th Anniversary of the Polish Revolution (December 14, 1847) [draft]
  100. Mikhail Bakunin, Fragment (“The revolution will circle the earth!”; 1848) [draft]
  101. Mikhail Bakunin, Fundamental Principles of the New Slavic Politics (June, 1848) [draft]
  102. Mikhail Bakunin, Mikhail Bakunin, Letter to George Herwegh (“I believe neither in constitutions, nor in laws;” early August, 1848) [draft]
  103. Mikhail Bakunin, Chapter from an erotic tale (October-November, 1848) [draft]
  104. Mikhail Bakunin, Letter to Proudhon (December 12, 1848) [draft]
  105. Mikhail Bakunin, Letter to Nikolai Bakunin (February, 1861)
  106. Mikhail Bakunin, Speech at Malmö, Sweden, March 30 1863 [translation of translation]
  107. Mikhail Bakunin, Letter to Proudhon (November 11, 1864) [draft]
  108. Mikhail Bakunin, Fragments concerning Freemasonry – A (Summer-Fall 1865) [draft]
  109. Mikhail Bakunin, Fragments concerning Freemasonry – B (Summer-Fall 1865) [draft]
  110. Mikhail Bakunin, Principles and Organization of the International Revolutionary Society. I. Object. II. Revolutionary Catechism (March, 1866) [draft]
  111. Mikhail Bakunin, The Program of “La Démocratie” (May 24, 1868) [draft]
  112. Mikhail Bakunin, Second Address to the Second Congress of Peace and Freedom (September 23, 1868) [draft]
  113. Mikhail Bakunin, Collective protest of the dissident members of the 2nd Congress of Peace and Freedom (September 25, 1868)
  114. Mikhail Bakunin, Program and Regulations of the International Association of the Socialist Democracy (1868)[draft]
  115. Mikhail Bakunin, Speech of the Citizen Bakunin to a Public Assembly of Foreign Socialists (November 23, 1868) [draft]
  116. Mikhail Bakunin, Letter to Karl Marx (December 22, 1868)
  117. Mikhail Bakunin, Program of the International Society of the Revolution (1868) [draft]
  118. Mikhail Bakunin, Program of the Russian Socialist Democracy [Narodnoe Delo] (1868) [draft]
  119. Mikhail Bakunin, Mikhail Bakunin, A Few Words to My Young Brothers in Russia (1969)[draft]
  120. Mikhail Bakunin, To the Compagnons of the International Workingmen’s Association of Locle and La Chaux de fond, Article 1 (February, 1969)
  121. Mikhail Bakunin, Madame Léo and l’Egalité (March 13-27, 1969) [draft]
  122. Mikhail Bakunin, The International Movement of the Workers (May 27, 1869)[draft]
  123. The Policy of the International (I-II, III-IV) (August 7-28, 1969) [draft]
  124. Mikhail Bakunin, Counter-Proposal on Resistance Funds (August 14, 1969) [draft]
  125. Mikhail Bakunin, Report of the Commission on the Question of Inheritance (August 27, 1969) [draft]
  126. Mikhail Bakunin, On Cooperation (September 4, 1969) [draft]
  127. Mikhail Bakunin, Two Speeches to the Congress of the IWA at Basle (September 18, October 1, 1969) [draft]
  128. Mikhail Bakunin, The Bears of Berne and the Bear of Saint-Petersburg (1870)[draft]
  129. Mikhail Bakunin, The Death Penalty in Russia (February 7, 1870) [draft]
  130. Mikhail Bakunin, Letter to Albert Richard (February 7, 1870) [draft]
  131. Mikhail Bakunin, The Swiss Police (February 19, 1870) [draft]
  132. Mikhail Bakunin, Letter to Albert Richard (March 12, 1870) [draft]
  133. Mikhail Bakunin, Letter to Albert Richard (April 1, 1870) [draft]
  134. Mikhail Bakunin, Pan-Slavism (April 9, 1870) [draft]
  135. Mikhail Bakunin, Letter to Nikolay Ivanovich Zhukovsky (May 5, 1870) [draft]
  136. Mikhail Bakunin, Letters to a Frenchman on the Present Crisis (September 1-16, 1870) [draft]
  137. Mikhail Bakunin, French Republic: Revolutionary Federation of the Communes (September 27, 1870) [draft]
  138. Mikhail Bakunin, Philosophical Considerations on the Divine Phantom, the Real World and Man (November-December, 1870) (partial translation) [draft]
  139. Mikhail Bakunin, The Reveille of the Peoples (1870, 1870) (fragment) [draft]
  140. Mikhail Bakunin, The Knouto-Germanic Empire and the Social Revolution (1870-71)
  141. Mikhail Bakunin, The Political Theology of Mazzini and the International (first part; 1871) [Sarah E. Holmes]
  142. Mikhail Bakunin, The Principle of the State (1871) [draft]
  143. Mikhail Bakunin, Letter to Ogarev and Ozerov (April 5, 1871) [draft]
  144. Mikhail Bakunin, Bourgeois Oligarchy (July, 1871) [draft]
  145. Mikhail Bakunin, To the Brothers of the Alliance in Spain (June 12-13, 1872) [draft]
  146. Mikhail Bakunin, Nechayev: Is He a Political Criminal or Not? (1872) [draft]
  147. Mikhail Bakunin, Letter to Zamfir Arbore (September, 1873) [draft]
  148. Mikhail Bakunin, “Mémoire justificatif” (July 28-29, 1874) [draft]
  149. Mikhail Bakunin, Revolutionary Socialism in Russia [fragment] (1975) [ draft]
  150. Mikhail Bakunin, Letter to Elisée Reclus (February 15, 1875) [draft]
  151. Mikhail Bakunin, On Democracy in France (fragment, dated January-February, 1876, but date uncertain; translation in progress)
  152. Henri Barbusse, “Is the Anarchist Ideal Achievable?” (1930) (FR/EN)
  153. Bellegarrigue to the voters of the Department of Gers (1848)
  154. Anselme Bellegarrigue, The Electoral Law
  155. Anselme Bellegarrigue, To the Point! To Action!!
  156. Anselme Bellegarrigue, The Revolution (Anarchy, No. 2)
  157. Eugène Bizeau, “Anarchist Individualist Initiation” (1924) (FR/EN) [review in poetic form]
  158. Maximilien Buffenoir, “Feminism in Lyon before 1848
  159. Étienne Cabet, Down with the Communists!
  160. Lev Chernyi, “The Three Types of Human Relations” (1923) (FR/EN)
  161. Charles-François Chevé, “Fundamental Principles of Socialism” (in progress)
  162. Charles-François Chevé, Socialist Catechism
  163. Jules Clère, “Jules Allix
  164. Ernest Coeurderoy, “Demolish Authority!” (1850) [from Days of Exile]
  165. Ernest Coeurderoy & Octave Vauthier, The Barrier of the Combat (1852)
  166. Ernest Coeurderoy, [Letter on the amnesty of August 1859]
  167. Ernest Coeurderoy, Three Letters to the Journal l’Homme (1854) (in progress)
  168. Ernest Coeurderoy, “The Revolution in Man and in Society” (pages 1-8) (FR/EN)
  169. Ernest Coeurderoy, Four “Visions” from Hurrah!!!
  170. Benjamin Colin, “To France” (1852) (FR/EN)
  171. André Colomer, “Reflections on Nietzsche and Anarchy” (1922) (FR/EN)
  172. Andrea Costa, [From a letter to “l’Egalité” of Paris] (1878)
  173. Emilio Covelli, [From Anarchia No. 4] (1877)
  174. Jenny P. d’Hericourt, A Letter from America
  175. Jenny P. d’Hericourt, “The Valain Family” (1847)
  176. Gigi Damiani, “Jesus and Bonnot: A Christmas Tale” (1927) (FR/EN)
  177. Alfred Darimon, Notice on the Journals of Proudhon
  178. César de Paepe, “Anarchy” — 1863
  179. [César de Paepe], “The Present Institutions of the International from the Point of View of the Future” (1869)
  180. César de Paepe, To the Anti-Collectivists (1868)
  181. Agathon de Potter, Summary of Social Economy (in progress)
  182. Joseph Déjacque, The Universal Circulus
  183. Joseph Déjacque, AuthorityDictatorship (aka “Down with the Bosses!”)
  184. Joseph Déjacque, “Discourse Pronounced July 26, 1853 on the tomb of Louise Julien, exile
  185. Joseph Déjacque, Exchange
  186. Joseph Déjacque,  The Humanisphere (draft)
  187. Joseph Déjacque, The Revolutionary Question (in progress)
  188. Joseph Déjacque, “A New Book by P.-J. Proudhon” (1858)
  189. Joseph Déjacque, “The 4th of July” (1858)
  190. Joseph Déjacque, Scandal (1858)
  191. Joseph Déjacque, The Servile War
  192. Joseph Déjacque, The Theory of Infinitesimal Humanities (1859)
  193. Joseph Déjacque, “To the Ci-Devant Dynastics
  194. Joseph Déjacque, [trial transcript]
  195. Joseph Déjacque, et al, “To the Workers” (1848)
  196. Joseph Déjacque, “War is Declared!” (1859)
  197. Joseph Déjacque, “The White Orgy” (1860)
  198. Joseph Déjacque, “Essay on Religion” (1861)
  199. Jeanne Deroin, Letter to P.-J. Proudhon (January 28, 1849)
  200. Jeanne Deroin, Letter to the Associations on the Organization of Credit (1851)
  201. Jeanne Deroin, “The Mission of Women in the Present and in the Future” (first article) (1849)
  202. Jeanne Deroin, “Prospectus” of l’Opinion des Femmes (1848)
  203. Jeanne Deroin, To the members of the commission of the banquet of socialist priests” (1849)
  204. The Archangel St. Michael (Jeanne Deroin), Response to Satan
  205. Luc Desage and Auguste Desmoulins, The Doctrine of Humanity: Aphorisms
  206. Lucien Descaves, A Friend of Varlin
  207. Emile Digeon, Rights and Duties in Rational Anarchy (1882)
  208. Emile Digeon, “Proposal for the Indictment of Gambetta & the Ministers” (1881)
  209. Emile Digeon, The Voice of One of the Hoodwinked (1869)
  210. [Emile Digeon obituary], “Our Dead
  211. Louis Estève, “Opinion” (1937) (FR/EN)
  212. George Etiévant, “A Letter from Etiévant” (1898) (FR/EN)
  213. George Etiévant, The Hare and the Hunter
  214. Sébastien Faure, “The Revolt” (FR/EN)
  215. Sebastien Faure, “Twelve Proofs of the Non-Existence of God
  216. Sébastien Faure, “A Work of Immense Utility” (1925)
  217. Sébastien Faure, “The Revolutionary Song” (1927) (FR/EN)
  218. Sébastien Faure, “The Anarchist Synthesis” (1928)
  219. Sébastien Faure, “Opinion” (1929)
  220. Sébastien Faure, “Is the Anarchist Ideal Achievable?” (1930) (FR/EN)
  221. Sébastien Faure, “Anarchy” (1934) (excerpt)
  222. Ferdinand Fortin, “Anarchist Unity or Linkage?” (1934)
  223. Charles Fourier, Analytic Table of Cuckoldage [excerpts]
  224. Charles Fourier, “Free Will” (in progress)
  225. Charles Fourier, “Intermeshing of the Series by Cabalistic Gastronomy
  226. Charles Fourier, “Major or Gastrosophic War
  227. Charles Fourier, “Melons that Never Deceive
  228. Charles Fourier, “Neology” (FR/EN)
  229. Charles Fourier, from “Note A” [The Pear-Growers’ Series]
  230. Fraternal Association of the Socialist Democrats of Both Sexes (1849)
  231. Félix Frenay, “The Law” (1864) (FR/EN)
  232. Simon Ganneau, Baptism, Marriage (undated)
  233. Simon Ganneau, Festival of Attic Rooms and Thatched Cottages (1848)
  234. Simon Ganneau, Manifesto in Favor of an Association among Men (1840)
  235. Désirée Gay, “The Malthusians
  236. Désirée Gay, “Socialism
  237. Gazette Anecdotique, [“Ravachol is the hero of the day”] (1892) (FR/EN)
  238. Alexandre Ghé, “Open Letter to P. Kropotkin” (1916)
  239. Emma Goldman, [Letter to “l’en dehors”] (1922)
  240. Jean Grave, The Adventures of Nono (1901)
  241. Jean Grave, Free-Land (The Pioneers) (1908) [in progress]
  242. Paschal Grousset, “The Dream of an Irreconcilable” (1869)
  243. Paschal Grousset, Speech Pronounced at the Grave of Verdure (1873)
  244. Paschal Grousset & François Jourde, Speeches on the Paris Commune (1874)
  245. James Guillaume, Federalism
  246. James Guillaume, [On “God and the State”] (1908-1909)
  247. James Guillame, Proudhon: Communist (1911)
  248. Henriette, artiste, “Letter to Proudhon” (1849)
  249. Emile Henry, Comrades of l’Endehors
  250. V. Henri, “Why We Are Anarchists” (1901)
  251. Maurice Imbard, “O Anarchy!!!” (1928)
  252. Ixigrec, “Panurge in the Country of the Machines” (1940) [in progress]
  253. Emile Janvion, “Our Free Education” (1899)
  254. Marius Jean, “Etre Anarchiste / To Be Anarchist” (1927) (FR/EN)
  255. Marius Jean, “The Anarchists’ Ideal” (1929)
  256. Jeanne Marie, “Revelation” (1849)
  257. Jeanne Marie, “On Woman” (1849)
  258. Claude Journet, “Anarchy and the Anarchists” (1924) (FR/EN)
  259. Denise Rougeault Juin to Sidney E. Parker, April 15th, 1962
  260. Charles Keller, A Memory of the Marmite
  261. Charles Keller, “Their Poor Reasons” (poem)
  262. Peter Kropotkin, et al., The Manifesto of the Sixteen
  263. André Léo, Communism and Property (1868)
  264. André Léo, The Young Girl and the Bird
  265. Joseph Leroux, Your Nationalities (1892)
  266. Jules Leroux, What is the Republic?
  267. Pierre Leroux, [on Joseph Déjacque]
  268. Pierre Leroux, What If the Gospel was Right?
  269. Pierre Leroux, Individualism and Socialism
  270. Maxime Leroy, Stirner vs. Proudhon
  271. Ernest Lesigne, “Socialistic Letters, No. 8” (1887)
  272. Ernest Lesigne, “Socialistic Letters, No. 9” (1887)
  273. Gaston Leval, “The Path of Anarchism” (1924) (FR/EN)
  274. Gaston Leval, “Libertarian Socialist! Why?
  275. Albert Libertad,“The Legend of Christmas” (1899)
  276. Gérard de Lacaze-Duthiers, “Action” (Anarchist Encyclopedia) (FR/EN)
  277. Gérard de Lacaze-Duthiers, “Direct Action” (Anarchist Encyclopedia) (FR/EN)
  278. Gérard de Lacaze-Duthiers, “The True Revolutionaries” (1935) (FR/EN)
  279. Errico Malatesta, “A Little Theory” (1892)
  280. Charles Malato, New Caledonian Tales (1897)
  281. Charles Malato, [excerpt on New Caledonia]
  282. Sylvain Maréchal, “Modern Apologues” (1788) (FR/EN) [in progress]
  283. Sylvain Maréchal, “Mother Nature before the National Assembly” (1791) (FR/EN)
  284. Sylvain Maréchal, “The Last Judgment of Kings” (1793)
  285. Sylvain Maréchal, “Manifesto of the Equals” (1796) (FR/EN)
  286. Martenot, “La Dynamite” (song) (1893)
  287. Ricardo Mella, “Collectivism” (1890)
  288. Ricardo Mella, “Spain” (1897)
  289. Ricardo Mella, Collectivism and Communism: Anarchists in Spain (1900) (FR/EN)
  290. Ricardo Mella, “Concerning an Antinomy” (1912) (ES/EN)
  291. Ricardo Mella, Free Cooperation and Communities
  292. Ricardo Mella, “The Bankruptcy of Beliefs” (1902) (ES/EN)
  293. Ricardo Mella, “Beyond the Ideal” (1913)
  294. Ricardo Mella, “The Rising Anarchy” (1903)
  295. Ricardo Mella, “Summary Proceedings” (1912) (ES/EN)
  296. Ricardo Mella, “Those Who Reign” (1912) (ES/EN)
  297. Ricardo Mella, “The Uselessness of the Laws” (1910) (ES/EN)
  298. Louise Michel, The Claque-Dents (in progress)
  299. Louise Michel, “The Clavier of My Over-Dream“(1867) (FR/EN)
  300. Louise Michel, “The Crows
  301. Louise Michel, The Imperial Bastard (excerpts)
  302. Louise Michel, “Nadine
  303. Louise Michel, The New Era (1887)
  304. Louise Michel, “Old Abraël” (1888) (FR/EN)
  305. Louise Michel, “Old Chéchette” (1884) (FR/EN)
  306. Louise Michel, “Today or Tomorrow” (1892) (FR/EN)
  307. Albert Millaud, “Ravachol” (poem) (FR/EN)
  308. Paule Mink, “Broken Arm” (1895)
  309. Paule Mink, “Poor Old Man” (1894)
  310. Paule Mink, “The Right of Abortion” (1891)
  311. Paule Mink, “Worker Mortality” (1895)
  312. Octave Mirbeau, Preface to Moribund Society and Anarchy
  313. Gustave de Molinari, [fragment on mutualism]
  314. J. F. Moncaleano, “The Story of the First Anarchist” (1913) (ES/EN)
  315. Edgar Monteil, The Execution of Gustave Chaudey and Three Gendarmes
  316. Multatuli, The Prayer of an Ignoramus
  317. Max Nettlau, “Bibliography of Anarchy” (1897) (in progress)
  318. Max Nettlau, Biographical Notice of Ernest Coeurderoy (in progress)
  319. Max Nettlau, “Does Socialism Truly Want to Be International?” (1920s)
  320. Max Nettlau, “On Centralization” (1909)
  321. Max Nettlau, The Struggle against the State (1908)
  322. Max Nettlau, [Letter to “l’en dehors”] (1922)
  323. Max Nettlau, “On the Subject of the Anarchist Synthesis” (1929) (FR/EN)
  324. Max Nettlau, “Individualism (or Communism?)” (Anarchist Encyclopedia) (FR/EN)
  325. Max Nettlau, Fragment (from IISH 1777: “All my arguments are based on the fact that men are different from one another…”)
  326. Max Nettlau, Fragment (IISH 2019: “We all live in these three worlds…”/”Tous nous vivons dans ces trois mondes…”)(undated)
  327. Eugenie Niboyet, The War (poem)
  328. Joseph Noulens, [on Anselme Bellegarrigue]
  329. Œuvre Internationale des Editions anarchistes, “To the Anarchists of all Nations” (1924)
  330. Felix P….., The Philosophy of Defiance, or, A Pardon for Cain (1854)
  331. Paraf-Javal, “The Rights of Man and the Law” (1902)
  332. Paraf-Javal, “Authority” (1907)
  333. Claude Pelletier, The Revolutionary Socialist Heretics of the 15th Century (preface)
  334. Claude Pelletier, Socialist Dictionary (in progress)
  335. Claude Pelletier, The Socialist Soirées of New York [in progress]
  336. Claude Pelletier, Solution of the Problem of Poverty
  337. Georges Pioche, “Is the Anarchist Ideal Achievable?” (1930) (FR/EN)
  338. Eugène Pottier, “Already!” (poem; 1887)
  339. Emile Pouget, “Sabotage” (from the Almanach du Père Peinard, 1898) (FR/EN)
  340. “A Proletarian” [Hector Morel], Nationalities Considered from the Point of View of Liberty (1862)
  341. P.-J. Proudhon, Application for the Suard Pension (1837)
  342. P.-J. Proudhon, The Celebration of Sunday (1839)
  343. P.-J. Proudhon, Letter to the Members of the Academy of Besançon (August 3, 1840)
  344. P.-J. Proudhon, Explanations Presented to the Public Prosecutor on the Right of Property (1842) [rough]
  345. P.-J. Proudhon, Letter to Bergmann, February 8, 1842
  346. P.-J. Proudhon, The Creation of Order in Humanity
  347. P.-J. Proudhon, System of Economical Contradictions (1846)
  348. P.-J. Proudhon, “Association.—PENALTY, death penalty” (Carnet No. 4, 1847)
  349. P.-J. Proudhon, Letter to Jeanne Deroin (August 4 [1848?])
  350. P.-J. Proudhon, Toast to the Revolution (October 17, 1848)
  351. P.-J. Proudhon, God is Evil/Man is Free
  352. P.-J. Proudhon, What is Government? What is God? (November 5, 1849)
  353. P.-J. Proudhon, The Present Utility and Future Possibility of the State (Sixth article) (January 11, 1850)
  354. P.-J. Proudhon, Carnet 9, 19 (1851)
  355. P.-J. Proudhon, Letter to Langlois, December 1851
  356. P.-J. Proudhon, Letter to A. M. Boutteville, December 17, 1851
  357. P.-J. Proudhon, The Extremes
  358. P.-J. Proudhon, Unanimity.—Universal Consent (c. 1852)
  359. P.-J. Proudhon, The Social Revolution Demonstrated by the Coup d’Etat of December 2, 1851 (1852)

  360. P.-J. Proudhon, Economy (1850-55)
  361. P.-J. Proudhon, The Philosophy of Progress
  362. P.-. Proudhon, How Business Goes in France, and Why We Will Have War… (1859)
    • [notes]
    • Ch. 12 (“War”) and “Epilogue”
  363. P.-J. Proudhon, Justice in the Revolution and in the Church (1858/1860)

  364. P.-J. Proudhon, War and Peace (1860)
  365. P.-J. Proudhon, The Theory of Taxation (1861)
  366. P.-J. Proudhon, Letter to Grandclément (February 28, 1863)(partial translation)
  367. P.-J. Proudhon, Death Penalty (1863?)
  368. P.-J. Proudhon, Letter to the editor of the Dictionnaire Larousse (1864)
  369. Gustave Chaudey, [excerpts from The Political Capacity of the Working Classes]
  370. P.-J. Proudhon, Poland, Part I: Principles
  371. P.-J. Proudhon, The Theory of Property
  372. P.-J. Proudhon, A passage missing from “The Theory of Property”
  373. P.-J. Proudhon, Note on “The Theory of Property” (Ms. 2882, 31-32)
  374. Notice to the Reader,” from Proudhon’s “The Principle of Art”
  375. P.-J. Proudhon, Political Contradictions (1864)
  376. P.-J. Proudhon, Napoleon III
  377. P.-J. Proudhon, My Testament, or Society of Avengers (undated)
  378. P.-J. Proudhon, Moral Education (undated)
  379. P.-J. Proudhon, Spontaneous Generation (undated)
  380. Felix Pyat, Ernest Coeurderoy, etc., To the Socialist Democrats of the Department of the Seine
  381. Pierre Quillard, “Conversations on the Life and Death of Ravachol” (1892)
  382. Arthur Ranc, Anarchy (1869)
  383. Adrien Ranvier, A Feminist of 1848: Jeanne Deroin (in progress)
  384. Ravachol, “A Handwritten Manuscript by Ravachol” (1892) (FR/EN)
  385. Ravachol, The Memoirs of Ravachol
  386. Ravachol, My Ideas on the Army
  387. [Ravachol], An Unexpected Interview
  388. Ravachol, [Letter to the Police Prefect] (March 30, 1892)
  389. Ravachol, [A Jailhouse Fragment] (April 13, 1892)
  390. Elisée Reclus, “The Development of Liberty in the World” (1850)
  391. Elisée Reclus, John Brown
  392. Elisée Reclus, “Why Are We Anarchists?” (1899) (FR/EN)
  393. Elisée Reclus, “The Anarchist” (1902) (FR/EN)
  394. Henri Rochefort, [letter on Louise Michel]
  395. Pauline Roland, Have Women the Right to Labor?
  396. Romain Rolland, “Is the Anarchist Ideal Achievable?” (1930) (FR/EN)
  397. Nelly Roussel, “By Rebellion!” (1904)
  398. Nelly Roussel, “What is ‘Feminism’?” (1906)
  399. Han Ryner, “The Cheapskate” (1913)
  400. Han Ryner, “Deo Optimo Maximo” (1919)
  401. Han Ryner, “What is the Individual?” (1919)
  402. Han Ryner, “Is the Anarchist Ideal Achievable?” (1930) (FR/EN)
  403. Han Ryner, “The Little Exile” (1920)
  404. Han Ryner, from “The Congress of Poets
  405. Han Ryner, “Love Victorious” (1917)
  406. Han Ryner, “The Paradox” (1915)
  407. Han Ryner, “The Revolt of the Machines
  408. Han Ryner, “The Secret of Don Juan” (1915)
  409. Han Ryner, “Subjective, Subjectivism, Subjectivity” (Anarchist Encyclopedia) (FR/EN)
  410. Satan, “The History of Mr. Proudhon and his Doctrines
  411. Adhémar Schwitzguébel, Collectivism (first article) (1872)
  412. Le Rétif (Victor Serge), “To Be and to Appear” (1909)
  413. Séverine, “The Anarchists of Chicago
  414. Séverine, “Liberty—Equality—Fraternity
  415. Edouard Silberling, Dictionary Of Phalansterian Sociology (1911) (in progress)
  416. Albert Soubervielle, “Hope” (1924)
  417. Eugène Stourm, “God, Women and Proudhon” (1849)
  418. Elie Soubeyran, “Mutuality” (Anarchist Encyclopedia) (FR/EN)
  419. W. Curtis Swabey, “Stirnerian Ethics” (1912) (translation of a translation)
  420. Fernando Tarrida del Mármol, “Questions of Tactics” (1890)
  421. Fernando Tarrida del Mármol, “Revolutionary Theory” (1889) (ES/EN)
  422. Flora Tristan, The Emancipation of Woman (1846)
  423. Benjamin R. Tucker, “Anarchism: Communist or Individualist?” (FR/EN)
  424. Frédéric Tufferd, “Unity in Socialism” (1887)
  425. Georges Vidal, “Apostasy” (Anarchist Encyclopedia) (FR/EN)
  426. Georges Vidal, “Apostle” (Anarchist Encyclopedia) (FR/EN)
  427. Suzanne Voilquin, “Suicide of Claire Démar and Perret Desessarts” (1855)
  428. Voline, “Nihilism” (Anarchist Encyclopedia) (FR/EN)
  429. Voline, letter to Max Nettlau (1923)
  430. Voline, “On Synthesis” (1924)
  431. Voline, “Synthesis (Anarchist)
  432. Lucien Weil, “Propaganda by Deed” (1890)
  433. Henry Zisly, “A Question of Temperaments” (1910) (FR.EN)
  434. Henri Zisly, “What the Naturians Are, Precisely?” (1910) (FR/EN)