I - Portraits of Anarchists

I - Portraits of Anarchists
Title I - Portraits of Anarchists PDF eBook
Author Casey Orr
Publisher A K PressDistribution
Pages 74
Release 1996
Genre Anarchists
ISBN 9781873176375

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Anarchist Portraits

Anarchist Portraits
Title Anarchist Portraits PDF eBook
Author Paul Avrich
Publisher Princeton University Press
Pages 343
Release 2020-11-10
Genre History
ISBN 0691221359

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From the celebrated Russian intellectuals Michael Bakunin and Peter Kropotkin to the little-known Australian bootmaker and radical speaker J. W. Fleming, this book probes the lives and personalities of representative anarchists.




No masters but God

No masters but God
Title No masters but God PDF eBook
Author Hayyim Rothman
Publisher Manchester University Press
Pages 294
Release 2021-06-01
Genre Political Science
ISBN 1526149028

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The forgotten legacy of religious Jewish anarchism, and the adventures and ideas of its key figures, finally comes to light in this book. Set in the decades surrounding both world wars, No masters but God identifies a loosely connected group of rabbis and traditionalist thinkers who explicitly appealed to anarchist ideas in articulating the meaning of the Torah, traditional practice, Jewish life and the mission of modern Jewry. Full of archival discoveries and first translations from Yiddish and Hebrew, it explores anarcho-Judaism in its variety through the works of Yaakov Meir Zalkind, Yitshak Nahman Steinberg, Yehudah Leyb Don-Yahiya, Avraham Yehudah Heyn, Natan Hofshi, Shmuel Alexandrov, Yehudah Ashlag and Aaron Shmuel Tamaret. With this ground-breaking account, Hayyim Rothman traces a complicated story about the modern entanglement of religion and anarchism, pacifism and Zionism, prophetic anti-authoritarianism and mystical antinomianism.




Anarchist's Tool Chest

Anarchist's Tool Chest
Title Anarchist's Tool Chest PDF eBook
Author Christopher Schwarz
Publisher
Pages 475
Release 2011
Genre Carpentry
ISBN 9780578084138

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Anarchist Voices

Anarchist Voices
Title Anarchist Voices PDF eBook
Author Paul Avrich
Publisher Princeton University Press
Pages 335
Release 2021-03-09
Genre History
ISBN 0691227586

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Through his many books on the history of anarchism, Paul Avrich has done much to dispel the public's conception of the anarchists as mere terrorists. In Anarchist Voices, Avrich lets American anarchists speak for themselves. This abridged edition contains fifty-three interviews conducted by Avrich over a period of thirty years, interviews that portray the human dimensions of a movement much maligned by the authorities and contemporary journalists. Most of the interviewees (anarchists as well as their friends and relatives) were active during the heyday of the movement, between the 1880s and the 1930s. They represent all schools of anarchism and include both famous figures and minor ones, previously overlooked by most historians. Their stories provide a wealth of personal detail about such anarchist luminaries as Emma Goldman and Sacco and Vanzetti.




We are Anarchists

We are Anarchists
Title We are Anarchists PDF eBook
Author M.P.T. Acharya
Publisher AK Press
Pages 207
Release 2019-04-30
Genre Political Science
ISBN 1849353433

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M.P.T. Acharya (1887–1954) was a contemporary of Mohandas Gandhi during the Indian Independence Movement. Despite political differences with Gandhi, Acharya saw a tremendous anarchistic potential in the practice of non-violent direct action. We Are Anarchists: Essays on Anarchism, Pacifism, and the Indian Independence Movement is the first collection of essays by M. P. T. Acharya. A transnational and revolutionary figure, Acharya engaged in anticolonial activism across India, Europe, the United States, and Russia. He was also a prolific writer, whose essays are testimony to a tireless agitator and intellectual. Comprising fifty essays, the collection opens a window onto the global reach of anarchism in the interwar period and beyond, and enables a more nuanced understanding of Indian anticolonial struggles against oppressive state power, be it imperialist, Bolshevik, or capitalist. Ole Birk Laursen’s biographical introduction and notes in this collection set the essays in their historical and political context, and guide readers into Acharya’s life and thoughts.




Designs for Anarchist Postage Stamps

Designs for Anarchist Postage Stamps
Title Designs for Anarchist Postage Stamps PDF eBook
Author Clifford Harper
Publisher
Pages 0
Release 1997
Genre Anarchists
ISBN 9780946061143

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16 portraits of anarchist luminaries - Godwin, Stirner, Proudhon, Goldman, Berkman, Herbert Read, Durruti, Bakunin, Louise Michel, Zapata etc - together with an essay by Colin Ward on anarchism and stamps, and an afterword by Clifford Harper on his own personal connections to the postal service. Another beautifully crafted vehicle for the incredible artwork of Cliff Harper.