The July Revolution: Barcelona 1909

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AK Press
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Pages
240
Dimensions
5.35 X 7.95 X 0.71 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781849354103

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About the Author

Leopoldo Bonafulla was the pseudonym of the Catalan anarchist Joan Baptista Esteve. He was part of the militant Avenir Group, which published a newspaper of the same name, and edited the newspaper El Productor and collaborated on El Rebelde and La Revista Blanca. He took part in, and was imprisoned for, the events of the Spain's "Tragic Week" of 1909. Soon after, he participated in the founding congress of the CNT labor union and went on to become a major figure in Spanish anarcho-syndicalism. He died in 1922.

James Michael Yeoman teaches Modern European History in the Department of History, University of Sheffield, UK. With Danny Evans, he edited a special issue of International Journal of Iberian Studies on "New Approaches to Spanish Anarchism." Also with Evans, he hosts the podcast Anarchist Book Club with Danny and Jim.

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