L. Susan Brown
Identifying herself as an anarco-communist, L. Susan Brown's anarchist writings have stressed the significance of individualism within groups: "a group is a collection of individuals, no more and no less". She wrote the book The Politics of Individualism, (Black Rose Books, 1993). Some of her reasoning has been disputed by Murray Bookchin, but still bears an informative contribution to ongoing anarchist debate.
Paul Cardin & Maurice Brinton
Both members of Solidarity / Socialism or Barbarism who wrote a lot of stuff in the 60's and 70's that updates libertarian socialism and a lot of historical material on Russia (Bolsheviks and Workers Control).
Dr. John Cray
Was the editor of the first anarchist daily paper (FORA paper in Argentenia)
Captain Jack Whyte
Was organiser of the Irish Citizens Army (1913-1916) the first workers milita in western Europe before he was an anarchist and then went on to fight with the CNT in Spain.
Lorenzo Komboa Ervin
Joseph Dejacque (1821-1864)
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