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Author: Robert Graham
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Anarchism.
Montreal ; New York : Black Rose Books, ©2005-
(OCoLC)607313711
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Graham
ISBN: 1551642506 9781551642505 1551642514 9781551642512 9781551643373 1551643375 9781551643113 1551643111 9781551643106 1551643103 9781551643366 1551643367
OCLC Number: 56419928
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 3 volumes ; 23 cm
Contents: v. 1. From anarchy to anarchism (300CE to 1939) --
v. 2. The emergence of the new anarchism (1939-1977) --
v. 3. The new anarchism (1974-2012). v. 1. From anarchy to anarchism (300CE to 1939) --
Neither lord nor subject (300CE) / Bao Jingyan --
On voluntary servitude (1552) / Etienne de la Boetie --
The new law of righteousness (1649) / Gerrard Winstanley --
Enquiry concerning political justice (1793-97) / William Godwin --
The explosion (1794) / Jean Varlet --
Manifesto of the equals (1796) / Sylvain Marechal --
Attractive labour (1822-37) / Charles Fourier --
What is property (1840) ; The system of economic contradictions (1846) / Pierre-Joseph Proudhon --
The reaction in Germany (1842) / Michael Bakunin --
The ego and its own (1844) / Max Stirner --
The general idea of the revolution (1851) / Proudhon --
Anarchy is order (1850) / Anselme Bellegarrigue --
The revolutionary question (1854) / Joseph Déjacque --
Reaction and revolution (1854) / Francisco Pi y Margall --
On revolution (1857) / Carlo Pisacane --
On being human (1857) / Joseph Déjacque --
On federalism (1863/65) / Proudhon --
Statutes of the First International (1864-1866) --
Socialism and the state (1867) ; Program of the International Brotherhood (1868) ; What is the state (1869) ; The illusion of Universal Suffrage (1870) ; On science and authority (1871) ; The organization of the international (1871) / Bakunin --
The Sonvillier Circular (1871) --
The St. Imier Congress (1872) --
Letters to a Frenchman on the present crisis (1870) ; The Paris commune and the idea of the state (1871) / Bakunin --
In defence of the commune (1871) / Louise Michel --
The Paris commune (1881) / Peter Kropotkin --
Anarchy and communism (1880) / Carlo Cafiero --
The conquest of bread (1982) ; Fields, factories and workshops (1898) / Kropotkin --
The end of anarchism (1907) / Luigi Galleani --
What is anarchy (1882) / José Llunas Pujols --
Anarchism (1886) / Charlotte Wilson --
Anarchy (1894) / Élisée Reclus --
Moribund society and anarchy (1893) / Jean Grave --
Anarchism in Germany (1895) / Gustav Landauer --
On anarchism (1896) / Kropotkin --
Mini-manual of the anarchist individualist (1911) / E. Armand --
Propaganda by the deed (1877) / Paul Brousse --
Action (1880) / Carlo Cafiero --
Expropriation (1885) / Kropotkin --
Means and ends (1893) / Jean Grave --
On non-violent resistance (1900) / Leo Tolstoy --
Violence as a social factor (1895) / Errico Malatesta --
Destroying the state by creating socialism (1910/15) / Gustav Landauer --
Direct action (1912) / Voltairine de Cleyre --
Of law (1797) / William Godwin --
Law and authority (1886) / Kropotkin --
The duties of the present hour (1894) / Errico Malatesta --
Mutual aid (1902) and anarchist morality (1890) / Kropotkin --The Pittsburgh Proclamation (1883) --
Anarchism and the Workers' Union (1895) / Fernand Pelloutier --
The organization of labour (1900) / Antonio Pellicer Paraire --
The workers' federation of the Uruguayan region (FORU) : Declarations from the 3rd congress (1911) --
On syndicalism (1913) / Emma Goldman --
Syndication : for and against (1907) / Pierre Monatte and Errico Malatesta --
The soul of man under socialism (1891) / Oscar Wilde --
Anarchy and literature (1894) / Bernard Lazare --
The artist as equal, not master (1899) / Jean Grave --
Integral education (1869) / Bakunin --
The modern school (1908) / Francisco Ferrer --
Libertarian education (1910) / Sébastien Faure --
Against patriarchal authority (1873) / Bakunin --
Women's rights (1886) / Louise Michel --
Free love (1896) / Carmen Lareva --
Marriage (1897) ; Prostitution and love (1910) / Emma Goldman --
The Mexican Revolution (1911) / Voltairine de Cleyre --
To die on your feet (1910) / Praxedis Guerrero --
Land and liberty (1911-1918) / Ricardo Flores Magón --
Evolution and revolution (1891) / É́́́́lisée Reclus --
Compulsory military service (1893) / Tolstoy --
Against militarism and colonialism (1893) / Jean Grave --
The modern state (1905) / Élisée Reclus --
Overcoming cultural crisis (1913) / Otto Gross --
For socialism (1911) / Gustav Landauer --
Anarchists have forgotten their principles (1914) / Errico Malatesta --
International Manifesto Against War (1915) --
The road to universal slaughter (1915) / Emma Goldman --
The Soviets (1917) / Gregory Maksimov --
All-Russian Conference of Anarcho-Syndicalists : Resolution on Trade Unions and Factory Committees (1918) --
Manifestos of the Makhnovist Movement (1920) --
The Makhnovshchina and anarchism (1921) / Peter Arshinov --
The unknown revolution (1947) / Voline --
The Bolshevik myth (1925) / Alexander Berkman --
The transvaluation of values (1924) / Emma Goldman --
Anarchist Manifesto (1892) / Comrades of the Chaco --
Our Indians (1904) / Manuel González Prada --
Striving for anarchism (1909/10) / Rafael Barrett --
Class struggle and social struggle (1924) / Teodoro Antilli --
Anarchism in the labour movement (1925) / López Arango and Abad de Santillán --
The American Continental Workers' Association (1929) --
Women's liberation (1907) / He Zhen --
Universal revolution (1907) / Chu Minyi --
Education as revolution (1908) / Wu Zhihui --
Goals and methods of the Anarchist-Communist Party (1914) / Shifu --
Writings on evolution, freedom and Marxism (1917-29) / Huang Lingshuang --
On theory and practice / Li Pei Kan (Ba Jin) --
Letter from prison (1910) / Kôtoku Shûsui --
Social idealism (1920) / Ôsugi Sakae --
The facts of anarchy (1921) / Itô Noe --
Declaration of the Korean Revolution (1923) / Shin Chaeho --
On syndicalism (1927) / Hatta Shûzo --
On class struggle and the daily struggle (1928) / Kubo Yuzuru --
What we advocate (1928) / The Talhwan --
A vision of anarchist love (1930) / Takamure Itsue --
What to do about war (1931) / Japanese Libertarian Federation --
Revolution of the spirit (1919) / Gustav Landauer --
An anarchist program (1920) / Errico Malatesta --
Fascism : the preventive counter-revolution (1921) / Luigi Fabbri --
Declaration of the principles of revolutionary syndicalism (1922) / The IWA --
The platform and its critics (1926-27) --
Anarchist synthesis / Voline --
The ABC of communist anarchism (1927) / Alexander Berkman --
Against the machine (1934) / Marcus Graham --
Wilheim Reich and the mass psychology of fascism (1935) --
The conquest of violence (1937) / Bart de Ligt --
Nationalism and culture (1937) / Rudolf Rocker --
The sexual revolution (1934) / Félix Marti Ibáñez --
The question of feminism (1935) / Lucia Sãnchez Saornil --
Resolutions from the Zaragoza Congress (1936) / The CNT --
The libertarian revolution (1937) / Diego Abad de Santillãn --
Libertarian democracy / Gaston Leval --
The CNT-FAI, the state and government (1938) / Albert Jensen --A return to principle (1938) / Diego Abad de Santillan --
A life worth living (1934) / Emma Goldman --
Poetry and anarchism (1938) / Herbert Read --
Toward anarchy / Errico Malatesta. v. 2. The emergence of the new anarchism (1939-1977) --
Making sense of anarchism / Davide Turcato --
The philosophy of anarchism (1940) / Herbert Read --
The individual, society and the state (1940) / Emma Goldman --
Coming to grips with war (1939) / The Romande Anarchist Federation --
Constructive policy versus destructive war (1940-43) / Marie Louise Berneri --
Appeal to all workers (1943) / Jean Sauliere [and others] --
Act for yourselves (1945) / Italian Anarchist Federation --
Bulgarian Anarchist Manifesto (1945) --
The issues of the day (1945) / French Anarchist Federation --
Korean Anarchist Manifesto (1948) --
International Anarchist Manifesto (1948) --
Drawing the line (1945) / Paul Goodman --
Peace and disobedience (1946) / Alex Comfort --
The root is man (1946) / Dwight Macdonald --
The will to dream (1944) / Ethel Mannin --
Journey through utopia (1949) / Marie Louis Berneri --
Paths in utopia (1949) / Martin Buber --
Communitas (1947) / Paul & Percival Goodman --
Rebuilding community (1948) / Giancarlo de Carlo --
The freedom of the artist (1943) / Herbert Read --
Art and social responsibility (1946) / Alex Comfort --
Art : play and its perversions (1947) / Holley Cantine --
Global refusal (1948) / Paul-Émile Borduas --
The black mirror of anarchism (1952) / André Breton --
Storming the barricades (1964) / Julian Beck --
Living Theatre Declaration (1970) --
Authority and delinquency (1950) / Alex Comfort --
The managerial revolution (1954) / Geoffrey Ostergaard --
The Kabyle mind-set (1951) / Mohamed Saïl --
From Tunis to Casablanca (1954) / Maurice Fayolle --
The libertarians and politics (1954) / André Prudhommeaux --
Refusing the nation- state (1957-62) / Noir et Rouge --
From socialism to Sarvodaya (1957) / Vinoba Bhave and Jayaprakash Narayan --Banning the bomb (1958-9) / Vernon Richards --
Direct action and the new pacifism (1962) / Nicolas Walter --
"Getting into power" (1962) / Paul Goodman --
Anarchism and education (1944-47) / Herbert Read --
A public dream of universal disaster (1950) / Paul Goodman --
Resistance or revolution (1950) / L'impulso --
The realization of freedom (1953) / David Thoreau Wieck --
Communalism (1954) / David Dellinger --
Anarchism without ends (1960) / A.J. Baker --
Buddhist anarchism (1961) / Gary Snyder --
Anarchism and religion (1991) / Nicolas Walter --
Wasteland culture (1967) / C. George Benello --
Yesterday's societies and today's (1970) / Louis Mercier Vega --
Liberating education (1975) / Joel Spring --
Towards a systemization of anarchist thought (1964) / Lain Diez --
Ecology and anarchy (1965) / Murray Bookchin --
Anarchism reconsidered (1965-66) / Daniel Guérin --
PROVOcation (1966) / The Provos --
It is for yourself that you make the revolution (1968) / The Cohn-Bendit Brothers --
Fighting for freedom (1969) / Jacobo Prince --
Anarchism without adjectives (1969) / Diego Abad de Santillán --
About anarchism (1969) Nicolas Walter --
Notes on anarchism (1970) / Noam Chomsky --
In defence of anarchism (1970) / Robert Paul Wolff --
Freedom and autonomy (1972) / Paul Goodman --
Syndicalism restated (1951) / Philip Sansom --
The factory committee (1952) / Benjamin Péret --
The production of self-management (1969) / Comunidad del Sur --
Self-management, syndicalism and factory councils (1973) / Maurice Joyeaux --
The forms of freedom (1968) / Murray Bookchin --
Anarchy as a theory of organization (1966-1973) / Colin Ward --
Society against the state (1974) / Pierre Clastres --
Anarchy, the state and cooperation (1976) / Michael Taylor --
The modern state (1976) / Louis Mercier Vega --
The new masters (1976) / Nico Berti --
Intellectuals and the state (1977) / Noam Chomsky --
The tyranny of the clock (1944) / George Woodcock --
Science and technology (1960) / Paul Goodman --
Against method (1975) / Paul Feyerabend --
Technoanarchism (1968) / Richard Kostelanetz --
Political inversions (1976) / Ivan Illich --
Ecotechnology and ecocommunities (1976-82) / Murray Bookchin --
Wilhelm Reich and the sexual revolution (1945) / Marie Louise Berneri --
Sexual liberation / Daniel Guérin --
The politics of being queer (1969) / Paul Goodman --
Anarchism : the feminist connection (1975) / Peggy Kornegger --
Anarchism, feminism and situationism (1977) / Carol Ehrlich. v. 3. The new anarchists (2002) / David Graeber --
For a new libertarianism (2001) / Madrid Declaration --
The Gaucho anarchist federation (2000) --
Anarchism in the 21st century (2001) / Alredo Errandonea --
The politics of neo-anarchism (2012) / Dimitri Roussopoulos --
Democracy and consensus (2004) / David Graeber --
On voting / Eduardo Colombo --
Libertarian democracy (1999) / Amedeo Bertolo --
Assemblies are the revolution (2011) / Andrew Flood --
From direct action to direct democracy (1979-82) / Murray Bookchin --
Temporary autonomous zones (1985) / Hakim Bey --
Beyond the revolutionary model (2005) / Luc Bonet --
Violence and anti-violence (2004) / Andrea Papi --
The direct action ethic (2003) / Benjamin Franks --
The revolt in Freece (2010) / A.G. Schwarz --
The Egyptian revolution (2012) / CrimethInc --
Anarchy and state formation (2003) / Harold Barclay --
Anarchy, law and freedom (1980) / Alan Ritter --
The logic of state power (2000) / Alan Carter --
Against the law: Anarchist criminology (1998) / Jeff Ferrell --
Israel, Palestine and ararchist dilemmas (2007) / Uri Gordon --
Campaign against the model West Germany: The nuclear state (1979) --
Nuclear power (1979) / David Watson --
Putting the reins on technology (1982) / C. George Benello --
Biotechnology (2003) / Brian Tokar --
Toward an ecological society (1974) / Murray Bookchin --
Human nature and human freedom (1975) / Noam Chomsky --
anarchism and bioregionalism (1997) / Graham Purchase --
Ecology and desire (1999) / Chaia Heller --
Liberation ecology (2007) / Peter Marshall --
Anti-psychiatry and the search for autonomy (1979) / Alan Mandell --
On the origins of male domination (1983) / Rossella Di Leo --
The state family/the family state (1982) / Nicole Laurin-Frenette --
Women's liberation (1984) / Ariane Gransac --
The sexual contract (1988) / Carole Pateman --
Erotic anarchy (2006) / Jamie Heckert --
Against the powers that be (1984) / Ba Jin --
Culture and ararchy (1994) / Richard Sonn --
Toward and anarchist aesthetic (1994) / Max Blachman --
The propaganda model--a retrospective (2003) / Edward S. Herman --
Capitalism and violence (2001) / Brian Martin --Free market libertarianism (2001) / Normand Baillargeon --
Anarchism and capitalism (1993) / Peter Marshall --
Interprofessional Workers' Union: Russian capitalism (1999) --
Green anarcho-syndicalism (1995) / Graham Purchase --
Municipal control (1986) / Murray Bookchin --
Mutualism reconsidered (2007) / Kevin Carson --
The alternative to capitalism (1986) / Adam Buick and John Crump --
Settling accounts with economics (2003) / Luciano Lanza --
Beyond the borders (2003) / Sharif Gemie --
An African anarchist manifesto (1981) --
African anarchism (1997) / Sam Mbah and I.E. Igariwey --
An anarchist in Hong Kong (2001) / Mok Chiu Yu --
Anarchism in Japan (1993) / Mihara Yoko --
The Cuban Libertarian Syndicalist Association: Anarchism and the Cuban revolution (1960/2003) --
Anarchism in Uruguay (2001) / Ruben G. Prieto --
Horizontalidad in Argentina (2003) / Marina Sitrin --
What is different about the Zapatistas (2001) / Andrew Flood --
CIPO-RFM: Enemies of injustice --
Colectivo Alas de Xue: Strengthening the Anarcho-Indian Alliance (1997) --
Kurdistan: Anarchism and confederalism (1999-2011) --
Archipelagic confederation --
an anarchist alternative for the Philippines (2006) / Bas Umali --
Black anarchism (2003) / Ashanti Alston --
No one is illegal (2006) / Harsha Walia --
Post-structuralism and anarchism (1989) / Todd May --
The politics of post-anarchism (2003) / Saul Newman --
Anarchism and essentialism (2003) / Jesse Cohn --
Bakunin, class and post-anarchism (2009) / Mark Leier --
Black flame (2009) / Schmidt & Van Der Walt --
Belief and modernity (2005) / Daniel Colson --
Groundless solidarity and infinite responsibility (2005) / Richard Day --
The anarchist current: continuity and change in anarchist thought.
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From anarchy to anarchism (300CE to 1939) -- Neither lord nor subject (300CE) / Bao Jingyan -- On voluntary servitude (1552) / Etienne de la Boetie -- The new law of righteousness (1649) / Gerrard Winstanley -- Enquiry concerning political justice (1793-97) / William Godwin -- The explosion (1794) / Jean Varlet -- Manifesto of the equals (1796) / Sylvain Marechal -- Attractive labour (1822-37) / Charles Fourier -- What is property (1840) ; The system of economic contradictions (1846) / Pierre-Joseph Proudhon -- The reaction in Germany (1842) / Michael Bakunin -- The ego and its own (1844) / Max Stirner -- The general idea of the revolution (1851) / Proudhon -- Anarchy is order (1850) / Anselme Bellegarrigue -- The revolutionary question (1854) / Joseph Déjacque -- Reaction and revolution (1854) / Francisco Pi y Margall -- On revolution (1857) / Carlo Pisacane -- On being human (1857) / Joseph Déjacque -- On federalism (1863/65) / Proudhon -- Statutes of the First International (1864-1866) -- Socialism and the state (1867) ; Program of the International Brotherhood (1868) ; What is the state (1869) ; The illusion of Universal Suffrage (1870) ; On science and authority (1871) ; The organization of the international (1871) / Bakunin -- The Sonvillier Circular (1871) -- The St. Imier Congress (1872) -- Letters to a Frenchman on the present crisis (1870) ; The Paris commune and the idea of the state (1871) / Bakunin -- In defence of the commune (1871) / Louise Michel -- The Paris commune (1881) / Peter Kropotkin -- Anarchy and communism (1880) / Carlo Cafiero -- The conquest of bread (1982) ; Fields, factories and workshops (1898) / Kropotkin -- The end of anarchism (1907) / Luigi Galleani -- What is anarchy (1882) / José Llunas Pujols -- Anarchism (1886) / Charlotte Wilson -- Anarchy (1894) / Élisée Reclus -- Moribund society and anarchy (1893) / Jean Grave -- Anarchism in Germany (1895) / Gustav Landauer -- On anarchism (1896) / Kropotkin -- Mini-manual of the anarchist individualist (1911) / E. Armand -- Propaganda by the deed (1877) / Paul Brousse -- Action (1880) / Carlo Cafiero -- Expropriation (1885) / Kropotkin -- Means and ends (1893) / Jean Grave -- On non-violent resistance (1900) / Leo Tolstoy -- Violence as a social factor (1895) / Errico Malatesta -- Destroying the state by creating socialism (1910/15) / Gustav Landauer -- Direct action (1912) / Voltairine de Cleyre -- Of law (1797) / William Godwin -- Law and authority (1886) / Kropotkin -- The duties of the present hour (1894) / Errico Malatesta -- Mutual aid (1902) and anarchist morality (1890) / Kropotkin --The Pittsburgh Proclamation (1883) -- Anarchism and the Workers' Union (1895) / Fernand Pelloutier -- The organization of labour (1900) / Antonio Pellicer Paraire -- The workers' federation of the Uruguayan region (FORU) : Declarations from the 3rd congress (1911) -- On syndicalism (1913) / Emma Goldman -- Syndication : for and against (1907) / Pierre Monatte and Errico Malatesta -- The soul of man under socialism (1891) / Oscar Wilde -- Anarchy and literature (1894) / Bernard Lazare -- The artist as equal, not master (1899) / Jean Grave -- Integral education (1869) / Bakunin -- The modern school (1908) / Francisco Ferrer -- Libertarian education (1910) / Sébastien Faure -- Against patriarchal authority (1873) / Bakunin -- Women's rights (1886) / Louise Michel -- Free love (1896) / Carmen Lareva -- Marriage (1897) ; Prostitution and love (1910) / Emma Goldman -- The Mexican Revolution (1911) / Voltairine de Cleyre -- To die on your feet (1910) / Praxedis Guerrero -- Land and liberty (1911-1918) / Ricardo Flores Magón -- Evolution and revolution (1891) / É́́́́lisée Reclus -- Compulsory military service (1893) / Tolstoy -- Against militarism and colonialism (1893) / Jean Grave -- The modern state (1905) / Élisée Reclus -- Overcoming cultural crisis (1913) / Otto Gross -- For socialism (1911) / Gustav Landauer -- Anarchists have forgotten their principles (1914) / Errico Malatesta -- International Manifesto Against War (1915) -- The road to universal slaughter (1915) / Emma Goldman -- The Soviets (1917) / Gregory Maksimov -- All-Russian Conference of Anarcho-Syndicalists : Resolution on Trade Unions and Factory Committees (1918) -- Manifestos of the Makhnovist Movement (1920) -- The Makhnovshchina and anarchism (1921) / Peter Arshinov -- The unknown revolution (1947) / Voline -- The Bolshevik myth (1925) / Alexander Berkman -- The transvaluation of values (1924) / Emma Goldman -- Anarchist Manifesto (1892) / Comrades of the Chaco -- Our Indians (1904) / Manuel González Prada -- Striving for anarchism (1909/10) / Rafael Barrett -- Class struggle and social struggle (1924) / Teodoro Antilli -- Anarchism in the labour movement (1925) / López Arango and Abad de Santillán -- The American Continental Workers' Association (1929) -- Women's liberation (1907) / He Zhen -- Universal revolution (1907) / Chu Minyi -- Education as revolution (1908) / Wu Zhihui -- Goals and methods of the Anarchist-Communist Party (1914) / Shifu -- Writings on evolution, freedom and Marxism (1917-29) / Huang Lingshuang -- On theory and practice / Li Pei Kan (Ba Jin) -- Letter from prison (1910) / Kôtoku Shûsui -- Social idealism (1920) / Ôsugi Sakae -- The facts of anarchy (1921) / Itô Noe -- Declaration of the Korean Revolution (1923) / Shin Chaeho -- On syndicalism (1927) / Hatta Shûzo -- On class struggle and the daily struggle (1928) / Kubo Yuzuru -- What we advocate (1928) / The Talhwan -- A vision of anarchist love (1930) / Takamure Itsue -- What to do about war (1931) / Japanese Libertarian Federation -- Revolution of the spirit (1919) / Gustav Landauer -- An anarchist program (1920) / Errico Malatesta -- Fascism : the preventive counter-revolution (1921) / Luigi Fabbri -- Declaration of the principles of revolutionary syndicalism (1922) / The IWA -- The platform and its critics (1926-27) -- Anarchist synthesis / Voline -- The ABC of communist anarchism (1927) / Alexander Berkman -- Against the machine (1934) / Marcus Graham -- Wilheim Reich and the mass psychology of fascism (1935) -- The conquest of violence (1937) / Bart de Ligt -- Nationalism and culture (1937) / Rudolf Rocker -- The sexual revolution (1934) / Félix Marti Ibáñez -- The question of feminism (1935) / Lucia Sãnchez Saornil -- Resolutions from the Zaragoza Congress (1936) / The CNT -- The libertarian revolution (1937) / Diego Abad de Santillãn -- Libertarian democracy / Gaston Leval -- The CNT-FAI, the state and government (1938) / Albert Jensen --A return to principle (1938) / Diego Abad de Santillan -- A life worth living (1934) / Emma Goldman -- Poetry and anarchism (1938) / Herbert Read -- Toward anarchy / Errico Malatesta."@en ;
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