By Robert Graham
Quantity one among Anarchism: A Documentary background of Libertarian principles, is a finished and much ranging selection of anarchist writings from the feudal period (300) to 1939. Edited and brought via famous anarchist pupil Robert Graham, the gathering will contain the definitive texts from the anarchist culture of political notion, starting with a number of the earliest writings from China and Europe opposed to feudal servitude and authority.
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Will be as evil as private capitalism. This will be the global order, unless the workers of the whole world unite from now on to plant the flag of social revolution in the chaos that surrounds us. What must we do to accomplish this? First. we need to utilize the natural tendency of the people toward continental unity through the federation of the countries of each con tinent. We need to develop ties of solidarity between the continents and give to these ties a functional form through the constitution of a true League of Peoples.
The excuse of the former is its claim of a new obj ective. The l atter does not even make a pretense of anything new. As a matter of fact "rugged individualism" has learned nothing and forgotten noth ing. Under its guidance the b rute struggle for physical existence is still kept up. Strange as it may seem, and utterly absurd as it is, the struggle for physical survival goes merrily on though the necessity for it has entirely disappeared. Indeed, the struggle is being continued apparently because there is no necessity for it.
And in the Mezzogiorno and in the North alike we see not only devastated factories and war-ruined fields but also production efforts and working methods deformed by corporatism, autarchy, State subsidies and State contro l . And the ordinary man and woman debased by the h abits of disci pline and obedience. But we see too, and this is always true, that where there i s a will there is a way. So it is up to us workers! Let us unite not in the fictitious unity about which the politicians prate, but in the real unity that brings the peasant into contact with the teacher, the worker with the engineer, the erudite with the illiterate, man with 28 / ANARCHISM woman, the youngster with the elder.
Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas, Vol. 2: The Emergence of the New Anarchism by Robert Graham