40 Mikhail Bakunin

Mikhail Bakunin (1814-1876), who from 1863 became one of the founding fathers of anarchism, tried to realize his revolutionary views through secret societies. Like many others, he derived his ideas from the organizational formats of the Freemasons, to which he belonged for some time. In this long unpublished manuscript, he took part in the debates within the radical Italian Freemasonry of the mid 1860s, shortly after the Italian unification.

On Freemasonry, page 1
On Freemasonry, page 2
On Freemasonry, page 3

On Freemasonry
Michail Bakunin
Manuscript, 23 x 28
Michail Bakunin Papers, no 26