No Gods, No Masters: An Anthology of Anarchism

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Daniel Gu rin
AK Press, 2005 - Political Science - 699 pages
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The first English translation of Gu rin s monumental anthology of anarchism, published here in one volume. It details a vast array of unpublished documents, letters, debates, manifestos, reports, impassioned calls-to-arms and reasoned analysis; the history, organization and practice of the movement its theorists, advocates and activists; the great names and the obscure, towering legends and unsung heroes.

This definitive anthology portrays anarchism as a sophisticated ideology whose nuances and complexities highlight the natural desire for freedom in all of us. The classical texts will re-establish anarchism as both an intellectual and practical force to be reckoned with. Includes writings by Emma Goldman, Kropotkin, Berkman, Bakunin, Proudhon, and Malatesta.

Daniel Gu rin was the author of Anarchism: From Theory to Practice.


 

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Contents

FOREWORD
1
MAX STIRNER
7
PIERREJOSEPH PROUDHON
37
MIKHAIL BAKUNIN
127
MIKHAIL BAKUNIN
187
DIRECT ACTION AND LIBERTARIAN
215
JAMES GUILLAUME
239
PETER KROPOTKIN
269
The Program of the Aragonese Federation of Collectives
447
In the Province of Levante
454
The Writings of Diego Abad de Santillan
467
The Unknown Revolution
476
Proceedings of Nabat
487
NESTOR MAKHNO
497
Meeting with Trotsky
544
Resolution Passed by the General Assembly of
561

ERRICO MALATESTA
347
EMILE HENRY
393
THE FRENCH ANARCHISTS IN THE TRADE UNIONS
403
EMILE POUGET
417
The Spanish Collectives
439
Petritchenkos Testimony
588
ANARCHISM IN THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR
605
DURRUTI AND LIBERTARIAN WARFARE
621
ANARCHOSYNDICALISM IN GOVERNMENT
653
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About the author (2005)

Daniel Guerin was a French anarchist and gay activist. He was a prolific writer. Several of his works have been translated into English, including Anarchism: From Theory to Practice, Fascism and Big Business and Class Struggle in the French Republic. Paul Sharkey is an accomplished translator. He has single-handedly made available a vast body of non-English language anarchist writings.

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