The Anarchist Papers

The Anarchist Papers

Book - 2002 | Rev. ed.
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Essays contained within this volume of The Anarchist Papers include an assessment of Germany's Green Party and a study of the anarchist thought of Paul Goodman by George Woodcock. Linguist Noam Chomsky examines the many ways in which the political powers rewrite history to suit their needs. Murray Bookchin theorizes on libertarian municipalism, and J. Frank Harrison discusses the politics of conformity and persuasion. Both Alice Wexler and Marsha Hewitt present essays on Emma Goldman that show the links between her anarchism and her feminism.

"Wexler's article offers an acute portrait, showing Emma's contradictions and inconsistences, as well as her strengths and passions." - Choice

Dimitrios Roussopoulos is an editor, writer and economist, who has written widely on international politics, and social change.

Publisher: Montréal : Black Rose Books, c2002.
Edition: Rev. ed.
ISBN: 9781551641805
Branch Call Number: 320.57 A5325 2002
Characteristics: 195 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.


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