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anarchisme in a sentence

1. Anarchism appears in English from 1642 as anarchisme and anarchy from 1539.

2. L'Anarchisme aux États-Unis 1826 - 1896.

3. published from 1965 to 1966 by Wolfgang Zucht and other non-violent activists in Hanover) and the French-speaking Anarchisme et Nonviolence (published in Switzerland and France from 1964 to 1973).

4. He participated in the writing of the Almanach de la Vile Multitude in 1851 and prepared an Almanach de l'Anarchisme for the year 1852, which was never published due to the French coup of 1851.

5. In the same period, Turkish Cypriot Osman Bey's French work Socialisme et Anarchisme (1895) became the first anarchist book published in the Ottoman Empire.

6. Original copies of the poster are held by the C.I.R.A. Library, Centre Internationale de Recherches sur l'Anarchisme, avenue de Beaumont 24, CH-1012 Lausanne, Switzerland.

7. CIRA (Centre International de Recherches sur l'Anarchisme or International Centre of Anarchist Research) is an anarchist archive, infoshop and library of anarchist material in all languages based in Lausanne, Switzerland.

8. published from 1965 to 1966 by Wolfgang Zucht and other non-violent activists in Hanover) and the French-speaking "Anarchisme et Nonviolence" (published in Switzerland and France from 1964 to 1973).

9. In 1965 he published a collection of his texts articles in a book under the title "Réflexions sur l’anarchisme".

10. He wrote various works on socialism including Cours d'économie sociale – L'évaluation du capital (1884), Philosophie du Socialisme (1886) and L'anarchisme (1887).

11. Other notable anarchist collections include Das Anarchiv (Basel), Anarchistisches Dokumentationszentrum (Wetzlar, Germany), Centro Studi Libertari "Giuseppe Pinelli" (Milan), Centre d'Etudes et de Documentation Librairie (Lyon), Fundación Salvador Seguí (Madrid), and the Centre International de Recherches sur l'Anarchisme (Lausanne, Switzerland, Marseille, France) and Japan.