Amédée Jérôme Langlois

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Amédée Jérôme Langlois was Pierre-Joseph Proudhon's literary executor, and a mutualist theorist. His "Life of Proudhon" appeared in Benjamin Tucker's edition of Proudhon's What is Property?. His major work, L'homme et la révolution, was an attempt to complete the work begun by Proudhon in his Justice in the Revolution and in the Church.

Works

  • L'homme et la révolution : huit études dédiées à P.-J. Proudhon (1867) (2 volumes.)