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Ba·ku·nin

 (bə-ko͞o′nĭn, -nyĭn), Mikhail Aleksandrovich 1814-1876.
Russian anarchist and political theorist who was imprisoned and later exiled to Siberia for his revolutionary activities. He escaped to London (1861), where he opposed Karl Marx. Bakunin's theories of anarchy are considered the antithesis of Marx's communism.
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Bakunin

(Russian baˈkunin)
n
(Biography) Mikhail (mixaˈil). 1814–76, Russian anarchist and writer: a prominent member of the First International, expelled from it after conflicts with Marx
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Ba•ku•nin

(bəˈku nɪn, -ˈkun yɪn)

n.
Mikhail Aleksandrovich, 1814–76, Russian anarchist and writer.
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Noun1.Bakunin - Russian anarchist; ally and later opponent of Karl Marx (1814-1876)
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