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Anarchism in Turkey

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Anarchism in Turkey only began to emerge in 1986 with publication of the magazine Kara.[1]

See also


Further reading

  • Corlu, Axel (2016). "Anarchists and Anarchism in the Ottoman Empire, 1850–1917". In Karahasanoğlu, Selim; Demir, Deniz Cenk (eds.). History from Below: A Tribute in Memory of Donald Quataert. Istanbul: Istanbul Bilgi University Press. pp. 553–583. ISBN 978-605-399-449-7. OCLC 961415226.
  • Evren, Süreyyya (November 19, 2006). "Kara bayrağın Türkiye'de yirmi yılı". BirGün Köşeyazıları. Retrieved May 20, 2018.
  • Soydan, Barış (2013). Türkiye'de anarşizm: yüz yıllık gecikme [Anarchism in Turkey: One Hundred Years of Delay]. İletişim yayınları Bugünün kitapları (in Turkish). Istanbul: İletişim. ISBN 978-975-05-1130-1. OCLC 855212782.
  • Zileli, Gün; Özkaya, Emine (2007). "Türkiye'de Anarşizm" [Anarchism in Turkey]. In Gültekingil, Murat; Bora, Tanıl (eds.). Modern Türkiye'de Siyasi Düşünce (in Turkish). 8: Sol. Istanbul: İletişim. pp. 1153–1168. ISBN 978-975-05-0507-2.
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