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Anarchy – Mission, Feasibility, and Implimentation

I remember when I first realized that the notions I had regarding politics and social affairs could most closely be called Anarchy.¬† I was in one of my Spanish literature class (to my delight my second major, Spanish, was filled … Continue reading

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Malatesta – Anarchy Part III

This is a continuation of Anarchy Part I and Anarchy Part II, which Errico Malatesta called his greatest work… “…We know well how in social economy theories are too often invented to justify facts, that is, to defend privilege and … Continue reading

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Errico Malatesta – Anarchy Part II

This is the continuation of Anarchy¬†Part I “…We have said that anarchy is society without government. But is the suppression of government possible, desirable, or wise? Let us see. What is the government? There is a disease of the human … Continue reading

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Errico Malatesta Part 1 – Anarchy

“Man, like all living beings, adapts himself to the conditions in which he lives, and transmits by inheritance his acquired habits. Thus, being born and having lived in bondage, being the descendant of a long line of slaves, man, when … Continue reading

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