Fanelli’s tour took him first to Barcelona, where he met and stayed with Elisée Reclus. Reclus and Fanelli disagreed about Reclus’ friendships with Spanish republicans, and Fanelli soon left Barcelona for Madrid. Fanelli stayed in Madrid till the tip of January 1869, conducting meetings to introduce Spanish staff, including Anselmo Lorenzo, to the First International. In February 1869 Fanelli left Madrid, journeying home by way of Barcelona.
In October 1868, Bakunin sponsored Fanelli to journey to Barcelona to share his libertarian visions and recruit revolutionists to the International Workingmen’s Association. Fanelli’s trip and the assembly he organised during his travels was the catalyst for the Spanish exiles, the most important workers’ and peasants’ motion in trendy Spain and the biggest Anarchist motion in modern Europe.
During the 1960s, Marcuse achieved world renown as “the guru of the New Left,” publishing many articles and giving lectures and recommendation to scholar radicals … Read More