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Anarchism & law

Alekseĭ Borovoĭ

Anarchism & law

by Alekseĭ Borovoĭ

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Published by Friends of Malatesta in Buffalo, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anarchism.,
  • Law.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAnarchism and law
    StatementAlexei Borovoi.
    ContributionsPaul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHX833 .B64 1970z
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2075349M
    LC Control Number88107404

      The three anarchist jurisdictions previously known as the cities of Seattle, New York and Portland sifted through the smoldering remains of their toppled civilizations and discovered some old.   Anarchism bases its critique of political and legal authority on a kind of organic substratum, one that is scientifically verifiable and morally legitimate, providing the immanent ground for communal relations beyond the law.

    A must-read for those both new to and already familiar with anarchism." —Victoria Law, Author of Resistance Behind Bars: The Struggles of Incarcerated Women and coeditor of Don't Leave Your Friends Behind "Anarchism Today presents a new and fresh look at anarchism, both as a philosophy and a practice. It contains bold and courageous ideas. Anarchism - Anarchism - Anarchism in the Americas: In the United States, a native and mainly nonviolent tradition of anarchism developed during the 19th century in the writings of Henry David Thoreau, Josiah Warren, Lysander Spooner, Joseph Labadie, and above all Benjamin Tucker. An early advocate of women’s suffrage, religious tolerance, and fair labour legislation, Tucker combined .

      British author George Orwell, who fought for the Anarchists during the civil war, reflected later on how the anarchist society functioned in his book Homage to Catalonia.   Monopolies are pretty much universally bad. This is an uncontroversial position amongst anarchists who principally define themselves in opposition to the state, which Max Weber, in “Politics as Vocation,” defines as the monopoly upon force and the approval of the use of force in a geographic area. Benjamin Tucker, the great American individualist anarchist, defines.


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There had already been a couple of books published on anarchism, one by the Austrian journalist Ernst Viktor Zenker, and another famous one by the German law professor Paul Eltzbacher. So anarchism was getting coverage, people were trying to work out what it meant.

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