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The anarchists

Author: Irving Louis Horowitz
Publisher: New Brunswick, NJ : Aldine Transaction, 2005.
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From the Publisher: The Anarchists is a rich collection of theories and practices in the words of those who have rebelled against the restrictive institutions and oppressive conditions imposed by state power upon the individual. Idealists and self-seekers, saints and assassins, they have often served as the conscience of the world and have expressed with eloquence and convictions, the deep-seated sense of anarchy  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Irving Louis Horowitz
ISBN: 0202307689 9780202307688
OCLC Number: 58791188
Description: xx, 640 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction to the transaction edition --
Part 1: Theory --
Introduction --
Section 1: Anarchism as a critique of society --
Fall of natural man / Denis Diderot --
Anarchism and government / Errico Malatesta --
Property and revolution / Pierre Joseph Proudhon --
Rights of man and the principles of society / William Godwin --
Social and economic bases of anarchism / Michael Bakunin --
Modern science and anarchism / Peter Kropotkin --
State socialism and libertarianism / Benjamin R Tucker --
Ideology of anarchism / Rudolf Rocker --
Section 2: Anarchism as a style of life --
Inspector and the professor / Joseph Conrad --
Underground man / Fyodor Dostoyevsky --
What is to be done? / Leo Tolstoy --
Rebellious man / Albert Camus --
Love among the free / Emma Goldman --
We will fight until the last moment / Sacco and Vanzetti --
Section 3: Anarchism as a system of philosophy --
Ego and his own / Max Stirner --
Civil disobedience / Henry David Thoreau --
True civilization and personal liberty / Josiah Warren --
Anarchism and consent / William Ernest Hocking --
Anarchism and modern society / Herbert Read --
Philosophy and the social crisis / Paul Arthur Schilpp --
Part 2: Practice --
Section 1: Historical dimension --
Anarchism in Spain / Gerald Brenan --
Anarchism versus the Italian state / Richard Hostetter --
American propagandists of the deed / Samuel Yellen --
Anarchism in France / Barbara W Tuchman --
Land and freedom: peasant anarchism in Russia / Thomas G Masaryk --
Anarchism in Latin America and northern Europe / George Woodcock --
Kronstadt: the final act in Russian anarchism / Alexander Berkman --
Anarchist labor federations in the Spanish Civil War / Hugh Thomas --
Section 2: Sociological dimension --
Class war and the ethics of violence / Georges Sorel --
On treason against natural societies / Paul Goodman --
Social dysfunctions of organization / Robert Presthus --
Revolution sacred and profane / Philip Selznick --
On the revival of anarchism / Karl Shapiro --
Postscript to the anarchists --
Name index --
Subject index.
Responsibility: edited by Irving Louis Horowitz ; with a new introduction by the editor.

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In his new introduction to "The Anarchists", Horowitz points out that anarchism is an ideology in search of a movement, and also a psychology in search of a polity. "The Anarchists" is a collection  Read more...

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