1871 was a huge year for Bakunin as a writer. Along with The Knouto-Germanic Empire (the manuscript from which "God and the State" is drawn), he wrote "The Political Theology of Mazzini and the International," a lengthy polemic against Giuseppe Mazzini. Like "God and the State," which was translated into English by Benjamin R. Tucker, it was translated by an individualist anarchist in the United States, Sarah E. Holmes, and appeared in serial form in Tucker's Liberty. Both translations were quite good. "The Political Theology..." is comparatively little-known, but well worth reading. A continuation of the text exists in manuscript form, which will be included in the works translated for the Bakunin Library.