Góes Jr., Plínio de, editor. The Luso-Anarchist Reader: The Origins of Anarchism in Portugal and Brazil. Information Age, 2017.
The Luso-Anarchist Reader: The Origins of Anarchism in Portugal and Brazil is a wonderfully edited and translated collection of early twenty-first-century anarchist writing previously unavailable in English. Plínio de Góes, Jr., a professor of Portuguese studies and a lawyer, has done a great service in translating, compiling, and contextualizing these important works.
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