Few men whose life and thought have exercised so powerful an influence on the world as those of Michael Bakunin have left so confused and imperfect a record of their opinions. Bakunin was a prolific, but incoherent, writer. His temperament inclined him to rely on the inspiration of the moment, on the spoken rather than the written word.
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