Andrew R. Carlson

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Some scholars such as Andrew Carlson believe that in Germany anarchists who were quite diverse in their groupings despite a general belief in Peter Kropotkin’s concept of mutual aid ‘exerted power all out of proportion to their numbers’.

From : "August Sander’s Portraits of Persecuted Jews," by Rose-Carol Washton Long

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Note: This is only the second chapter in this book, https://libcom.org/files/andrew-r-carlson-anarchism-in-germany-volume-i-the-early-movement-1.pdf Max Stirner, nom de plume for Johann Caspar Schmidt, came into this world at six o’clock on the morning of October 25, 1806. He was born in a house at number 31, Maximiliansstrasse (Marketplatz) which was the principal street of the city of Bayreuth. He was less than half a year old when his father, a maker of wind instruments, died of tuberculosis on April 19, 1807, at the age of 37. His mother, two years later, married Heinrich Ballerstedt, a 57-year-old pharmacist from Helmstedt, and they all moved to Kulm on the Vistula. Johann returned to his native town of Bayreuth in 1818 for ... (From : TheAnarchistLibrary.org.)

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