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By Pierre-Joseph Proudhon
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PIERRE-JOSEPH PROUDHON (1809-1865) used to be a French political thinker who wrote widely on anarchy and was once the 1st individual identified to have mentioned himself as an anarchist. His most renowned writings contain the overall inspiration of the Revolution within the nineteenth Century (1852) and method of monetary Contradictions; or The Philosophy of Poverty (1846).
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What is Property? by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon