Pirate Enlightenment by David Graeber — sea battles and radical social experiments

Published on: February 14 / 2023

A case for swashbucklers in Madagascar first discovering the ideals of reason, liberty and toleration

Jerry Brotton for the Financial Times

“It is very hard to be objective about pirates,” writes David Graeber in Pirate Enlightenment. It’s a typically playful opening to one of the wildest and possibly most infuriating books of history you’re likely to read this year.

Read the full article on the Financial Times website