Il movimento anarchico ebraico tra Mosca e New York.

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Il movimento anarchico ebraico tra Mosca e New York.

Does anyone know of a digital, free on-line link to this article?

Biagini, Furio. Nati altrove. Il movimento anarchico ebraico tra Mosca e New York. Pref. di Nathan Weinstock. [Biblioteca di storia dell'anarchismo 6.] BFS edizioni, Pisa 1998. 190 pp. Ill. L. 25.000.

This is the first comprehensive scholarly study published in Italy on the international Yiddish-speaking anarchist movement. The author attributes the support for anarchism among East-European Jewish emigrants in Western Europe and the Americas to Judaism's eschatological tendencies. The extended tradition of fairly autonomous Jewish communities also made the Jewish workers receptive to anarchism's federal and associative nature. After covering the Jewish proletariat in Russia, the author devotes several chapters to Jewish anarchism in the United States, Great Britain, Argentina and France, as well as the trials and tribulations of the Steimer group, which opposed U.S. involvement in World War I.

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Sep 14 2007 04:41

The review was from ISSH Review, 1998
http://www.iisg.nl/irsh/43-3-bib.php