Diego Abad de Santillán

Diego Abad de Santillán (1897–1983), also known as his born name Sinesio Baudilio García Fernández,[1] was an anarcho-syndicalist activist and economist.[2]

Diego Abad de Santillán
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Born(1897-05-20)20 May 1897
Reyero, León, Spain
Died18 October 1983(1983-10-18) (aged 86)
Nationality
  • Spanish
  • Argentine
OccupationHistorian

Selected worksEdit

  • After the Revolution: Economic Reconstruction in Spain Today (1937)[2]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Casanova, Julián (2004). "Diego Abad de Santillán: memoria y propaganda anarquista". Historia Social (48): 129–147. ISSN 0214-2570. JSTOR 40340897. Retrieved 4 June 2022. Pasó a llamarse Diego Abad de Santillán en 1916, un nombre que utilizó como seudónimo en un escrito "sobre el derecho de España a la revolución" que, al parecer, redactó en aquel año, aunque nada ha quedado sobre él. Esta información y la que sigue sobre su vida está sacada de sus Memorias 1897-1936, Planeta, Barcelona, 1977. [He changed his name to Diego Abad de Santillan in 1916, a name he used as a pseudonym in a writing "on the right of Spain to the revolution" that, apparently, he wrote in that year, although nothing remains about that now. This and the following information about his life is taken from his Memoirs 1897-1936, Planeta, Barcelona, 1977.]
  2. ^ a b Shannon, Deric; Nocella II, Anthony; Asimakopoulos, John (2012). The Accumulation of Freedom. Oakland; Edinburgh; Baltimore: AK Press. p. 45. ISBN 978-1849350945.

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