Kropotkin Pyotr Alekseyevich

Kro·pot·kin

 (krə-pŏt′kĭn, krō-), Prince Pyotr Alekseyevich 1842-1921.
Russian anarchist and political philosopher who maintained that cooperation, not competition, was the means to bettering the human condition. He greatly influenced anarchist movements throughout the world.
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