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Fields, factories and workshops

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Fields, factories and workshops

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Fields, factories and workshops.

A book by Peter Kropotkin, in which he proposed decentralisation of industry, improvements to agriculture through irrigation and permanent improvements to the soil, intensive market gardening under glass, and human scale communities involved in local production for needs not profit. Communities should be locally organised, reducing the need for a central state. He also advocated an end to the division of work into manual work and intellectual work. See also Mutual Aid.

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