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Anarchism: A Documentary History Of Libertarian Ideas Volume One: From…

de Robert Graham

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Click here for orders in the UK & Europe. Volume One of Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas is a comprehensive and far-ranging collection of anarchist writings from the classical era to 1939. Edited and introduced by noted anarchist scholar Robert Graham, this incomparable volume includes the definitive texts from the anarchist tradition of political thought. It deals both with the positive ideas and proposals the anarchists tried to put into practice and with their critiques of the authoritarian theories and practices confronting them. ROBERT GRAHAM has written extensively on the history of anarchist ideas. He is the author of "The Role of Contract in Anarchist Ideology," in For Anarchism, edited by David Goodway, and he wrote the introduction to the 1989 edition of Proudhon''s General Idea of the Revolution in the 19th Century, originally published in 1851. He has been doing research and writing on the historical development of anarchist ideas for over 20 years and is a well respected commentator in the field. "Robert Graham is an outstanding scholar of anarchism and has made an exceptionally stimulating choice of texts: some familiar, others--especially those from East Asia--entirely unknown to me. The publication of this first instalment of what promises to be a notable anthology is an important event for anarchists." - David Goodway, Anarchist Historian, University of Leeds, UK "Will definitely meet the need for a comprehensive study of all the strands, ideas and themes of anarchist and libertarian thought." - Stuart Christie, Anarchist Writer/Publisher "An excellent and long-overdue anthology of anarchist writings. It shows the depth, diversity and relevance of anarchist thought and action. Highly recommended." - Peter Marshall, Demanding the Impossible: A History of Anarchism "This judicious collection is admirable in its chronological, geographical, and thematic range. There is nothing comparable in presenting anarchist and libertarian responses both to the challenges of theory and to those of practices forged in the fires of historical crises." - Wayne Thorpe, The Workers Themselves: Revolutionary Syndicalism and International Labour, 1913-1923 "Admirably displays the range and inventiveness of anarchist approaches." - Colin Ward, Anarchism: A Very Short Introduction and Anarchy in Action Table of Contents Preface CHAPTER 1: EARLY TEXTS ON SERVITUDE AND FREEDOM 1. Bao Jingyan: Neither Lord Nor Subject (300 C.E.) 2. Etienne de la Boetie: On Voluntary Servitude (1552) 3. Gerrard Winstanley: The New Law of Righteousness (1649) CHAPTER 2: ENLIGHTENMENT AND REVOLUTION 4. William Godwin: Enquiry Concerning Political Justice (1793-97) 5. Jean Varlet: The Explosion (1794) 6. Sylvain Maréchal: Manifesto of the Equals (1796) CHAPTER 3: INDUSTRIALIZATION AND THE EMERGENCE OF SOCIALISM 7. Charles Fourier: Attractive Labour (1822-37) 8. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon: What is Property (1840) 9. Proudhon: The System of Economic Contradictions (1846) CHAPTER 4: REVOLUTIONARY IDEAS AND ACTION 10. Michael Bakunin, The Reaction in Germany (1842) 11. Max Stirner: The Ego and Its Own (1844) 12. Proudhon: The General Idea of the Revolution (1851) 13. Anselme Bellegarrigue: Anarchy is Order (1850) 14. Joseph Déjacque: The Revolutionary Question (1854) 15. Francisco Pi y Margall: Reaction and Revolution (1854) 16. Carlo Pisacane: On Revolution (1857) 17. Joseph Déjacque: On Being Human (1857) CHAPTER 5: THE ORIGINS OF THE ANARCHIST MOVEMENT AND THE INTERNATIONAL 18. Proudhon: On Federalism (1863/65) 19. Statutes of the First International (1864-1866) 20. Bakunin: Socialism and the State (1867) 21. Bakunin: Program of the International Brotherhood (1868) 22. Bakunin: What is the State (1869) 23. Bakunin: The Illusion of Universal Suffrage (1870) 24. Bakunin: On Science and Authority (1871) CHAPTER 6: THE CONFLICT IN THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL 25. Bakunin: The Organization of the International (1871) 26. The Sonvillier Circular (1871) 27. The St. Imier Congress (1872) CHAPTER 7: THE FRANCO-PRUSSIAN WAR AND THE PARIS COMMUNE 28. Bakunin: Letters to a Frenchman on the Present Crisis (1870) 29. Bakunin: The Paris Commune and the Idea of the State (1871) 30. Louise Michel: In Defence of the Commune (1871) 31. Peter Kropotkin: The Paris Commune (1881) CHAPTER 8: ANARCHIST COMMUNISM 32. Carlo Cafiero: Anarchy and Communism (1880) 33. Kropotkin: The Conquest of Bread (1892) 34. Kropotkin: Fields, Factories and Workshops (1898) 35. Luigi Galleani: The End of Anarchism (1907) CHAPTER 9: ANARCHY AND ANARCHISM 36. José Llunas Pujols: What is Anarchy (1882) 37. Charlotte Wilson: Anarchism (1886) 38. Élisée Reclus: Anarchy (1894) 39. Jean Grave: Moribund Society and Anarchy (1893) 40. Gustav Landauer: Anarchism in Germany (1895) 41. Kropotkin: On Anarchism (1896) 42. E. Armand: Mini-Manual of the Anarchist Individualist (1911) CHAPTER 10: PROPAGANDA BY THE DEED 43. Paul Brousse: Propaganda By the Deed (1877) 44. Carlo Cafiero: Action (1880) 45. Kropotkin: Expropriation (1885) 46. Jean Grave: Means and Ends (1893) 47. Leo Tolstoy: On Non-violent Resistance (1900) 48. Errico Malatesta: Violence as a Social Factor (1895) 49. Gustav Landauer: Destroying the State by Creating Socialism (1910/15) 50. Voltairine de Cleyre: Direct Action (1912) CHAPTER 11: LAW AND MORALITY 51. William Godwin: Of Law (1797) 52. Kropotkin: Law and Authority (1886) 53. Errico Malatesta: The Duties of the Present Hour (1894) 54. Kropotkin: Mutual Aid (1902) and Anarchist Morality (1890) CHAPTER 12: ANARCHO-SYNDICALISM 55. The Pittsburgh Proclamation (1883) 56. Fernand Pelloutier: Anarchism and the Workers'' Unions (1895) 57. Antonio Pellicer Paraire: The Organization of Labour (1900) 58. The Workers'' Federation of the Uruguayan Region (FORU): Declarations from the 3rd Congress (1911) 59. Emma Goldman: On Syndicalism (1913) 60. Pierre Monatte and Errico Malatesta: Syndicalism - For and Against (1907) CHAPTER 13: ART AND ANARCHY 61. Oscar Wilde: The Soul of Man Under Socialism (1891) 62. Bernard Lazare: Anarchy and Literature (1894) 63. Jean Grave: The Artist as Equal, Not Master (1899) CHAPTER 14: ANARCHY AND EDUCATION 64. Bakunin: Integral Education (1869) 65. Francisco Ferrer: The Modern School (1908) 66. Sébastien Faure: Libertarian Education (1910) CHAPTER 15: WOMEN, LOVE AND MARRIAGE 67. Bakunin: Against Patriarchal Authority (1873) 68. Louise Michel: Women''s Rights (1886) 69. Carmen Lareva: Free Love (1896) 70. Emma Goldman: Marriage (1897), Prostitution and Love (1910) CHAPTER 16: THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION 71. Voltairine de Cleyre: The Mexican Revolution (1911) 72. Praxedis Guerrero: To Die On Your Feet (1910) 73. Ricardo Flores Magón: Land and Liberty (1911-1918) CHAPTER 17: WAR AND REVOLUTION IN EUROPE 74. Élisée Reclus: Evolution and Revolution (1891) 75. Tolstoy: Compulsory Military Service (1893) 76. Jean Grave: Against Militarism and Colonialism (1893) 77. Élisée Reclus: The Modern State (1905) 78. Otto Gross: Overcoming Cultural Crisis (1913) 79. Gustav Landauer: For Socialism (1911) 80. Malatesta: Anarchists Have Forgotten Their Principles (1914) 81. International Anarchist Manifesto Against War (1915) 82. Emma Goldman: The Road to Universal Slaughter (1915) CHAPTER 18: THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION 83. Gregory Maksimov: The Soviets (1917) 84. All-Russian Conference of Anarcho-Syndicalists: Resolution on Trade Unions and Factory Committees (1918) 85. Manifestos of the Makhnovist Movement (1920) 86. Peter Arshinov: The Makhnovshchina and Anarchism (1921) 87. Voline: The Unknown Revolution (1947) 88. Alexander Berkman: The Bolshevik Myth (1925) 89. Emma Goldman: The Transvaluation of Values (1923) CHAPTER 19: ANARCHISM IN LATIN AMERICA 90. Comrades of the Chaco: Anarchist Manifesto (1892) 91. Manuel González Prada: Our Indians (1904) 92. Rafael Barrett: Striving for Anarchism (1909/10) 93. Teodoro Antilli: Class Struggle and Social Struggle (1924) 94. López Arango and Abad de Santillán: Anarchism in the Labour Movement (1925) 95. The American Continental Workers'' Association (1929) CHAPTER 20: CHINESE ANARCHISM 96. He Zhen: Women''s Liberation (1907) 97. Chu Minyi: Universal Revolution (1907) 98. Wu Zhihui: Education as Revolution (1908) 99. Shifu: Goals and Methods of the Anarchist-Communist Party (1914)… (mais)
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Click here for orders in the UK & Europe. Volume One of Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas is a comprehensive and far-ranging collection of anarchist writings from the classical era to 1939. Edited and introduced by noted anarchist scholar Robert Graham, this incomparable volume includes the definitive texts from the anarchist tradition of political thought. It deals both with the positive ideas and proposals the anarchists tried to put into practice and with their critiques of the authoritarian theories and practices confronting them. ROBERT GRAHAM has written extensively on the history of anarchist ideas. He is the author of "The Role of Contract in Anarchist Ideology," in For Anarchism, edited by David Goodway, and he wrote the introduction to the 1989 edition of Proudhon''s General Idea of the Revolution in the 19th Century, originally published in 1851. He has been doing research and writing on the historical development of anarchist ideas for over 20 years and is a well respected commentator in the field. "Robert Graham is an outstanding scholar of anarchism and has made an exceptionally stimulating choice of texts: some familiar, others--especially those from East Asia--entirely unknown to me. The publication of this first instalment of what promises to be a notable anthology is an important event for anarchists." - David Goodway, Anarchist Historian, University of Leeds, UK "Will definitely meet the need for a comprehensive study of all the strands, ideas and themes of anarchist and libertarian thought." - Stuart Christie, Anarchist Writer/Publisher "An excellent and long-overdue anthology of anarchist writings. It shows the depth, diversity and relevance of anarchist thought and action. Highly recommended." - Peter Marshall, Demanding the Impossible: A History of Anarchism "This judicious collection is admirable in its chronological, geographical, and thematic range. There is nothing comparable in presenting anarchist and libertarian responses both to the challenges of theory and to those of practices forged in the fires of historical crises." - Wayne Thorpe, The Workers Themselves: Revolutionary Syndicalism and International Labour, 1913-1923 "Admirably displays the range and inventiveness of anarchist approaches." - Colin Ward, Anarchism: A Very Short Introduction and Anarchy in Action Table of Contents Preface CHAPTER 1: EARLY TEXTS ON SERVITUDE AND FREEDOM 1. Bao Jingyan: Neither Lord Nor Subject (300 C.E.) 2. Etienne de la Boetie: On Voluntary Servitude (1552) 3. Gerrard Winstanley: The New Law of Righteousness (1649) CHAPTER 2: ENLIGHTENMENT AND REVOLUTION 4. William Godwin: Enquiry Concerning Political Justice (1793-97) 5. Jean Varlet: The Explosion (1794) 6. Sylvain Maréchal: Manifesto of the Equals (1796) CHAPTER 3: INDUSTRIALIZATION AND THE EMERGENCE OF SOCIALISM 7. Charles Fourier: Attractive Labour (1822-37) 8. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon: What is Property (1840) 9. Proudhon: The System of Economic Contradictions (1846) CHAPTER 4: REVOLUTIONARY IDEAS AND ACTION 10. Michael Bakunin, The Reaction in Germany (1842) 11. Max Stirner: The Ego and Its Own (1844) 12. Proudhon: The General Idea of the Revolution (1851) 13. Anselme Bellegarrigue: Anarchy is Order (1850) 14. Joseph Déjacque: The Revolutionary Question (1854) 15. Francisco Pi y Margall: Reaction and Revolution (1854) 16. Carlo Pisacane: On Revolution (1857) 17. Joseph Déjacque: On Being Human (1857) CHAPTER 5: THE ORIGINS OF THE ANARCHIST MOVEMENT AND THE INTERNATIONAL 18. Proudhon: On Federalism (1863/65) 19. Statutes of the First International (1864-1866) 20. Bakunin: Socialism and the State (1867) 21. Bakunin: Program of the International Brotherhood (1868) 22. Bakunin: What is the State (1869) 23. Bakunin: The Illusion of Universal Suffrage (1870) 24. Bakunin: On Science and Authority (1871) CHAPTER 6: THE CONFLICT IN THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL 25. Bakunin: The Organization of the International (1871) 26. The Sonvillier Circular (1871) 27. The St. Imier Congress (1872) CHAPTER 7: THE FRANCO-PRUSSIAN WAR AND THE PARIS COMMUNE 28. Bakunin: Letters to a Frenchman on the Present Crisis (1870) 29. Bakunin: The Paris Commune and the Idea of the State (1871) 30. Louise Michel: In Defence of the Commune (1871) 31. Peter Kropotkin: The Paris Commune (1881) CHAPTER 8: ANARCHIST COMMUNISM 32. Carlo Cafiero: Anarchy and Communism (1880) 33. Kropotkin: The Conquest of Bread (1892) 34. Kropotkin: Fields, Factories and Workshops (1898) 35. Luigi Galleani: The End of Anarchism (1907) CHAPTER 9: ANARCHY AND ANARCHISM 36. José Llunas Pujols: What is Anarchy (1882) 37. Charlotte Wilson: Anarchism (1886) 38. Élisée Reclus: Anarchy (1894) 39. Jean Grave: Moribund Society and Anarchy (1893) 40. Gustav Landauer: Anarchism in Germany (1895) 41. Kropotkin: On Anarchism (1896) 42. E. Armand: Mini-Manual of the Anarchist Individualist (1911) CHAPTER 10: PROPAGANDA BY THE DEED 43. Paul Brousse: Propaganda By the Deed (1877) 44. Carlo Cafiero: Action (1880) 45. Kropotkin: Expropriation (1885) 46. Jean Grave: Means and Ends (1893) 47. Leo Tolstoy: On Non-violent Resistance (1900) 48. Errico Malatesta: Violence as a Social Factor (1895) 49. Gustav Landauer: Destroying the State by Creating Socialism (1910/15) 50. Voltairine de Cleyre: Direct Action (1912) CHAPTER 11: LAW AND MORALITY 51. William Godwin: Of Law (1797) 52. Kropotkin: Law and Authority (1886) 53. Errico Malatesta: The Duties of the Present Hour (1894) 54. Kropotkin: Mutual Aid (1902) and Anarchist Morality (1890) CHAPTER 12: ANARCHO-SYNDICALISM 55. The Pittsburgh Proclamation (1883) 56. Fernand Pelloutier: Anarchism and the Workers'' Unions (1895) 57. Antonio Pellicer Paraire: The Organization of Labour (1900) 58. The Workers'' Federation of the Uruguayan Region (FORU): Declarations from the 3rd Congress (1911) 59. Emma Goldman: On Syndicalism (1913) 60. Pierre Monatte and Errico Malatesta: Syndicalism - For and Against (1907) CHAPTER 13: ART AND ANARCHY 61. Oscar Wilde: The Soul of Man Under Socialism (1891) 62. Bernard Lazare: Anarchy and Literature (1894) 63. Jean Grave: The Artist as Equal, Not Master (1899) CHAPTER 14: ANARCHY AND EDUCATION 64. Bakunin: Integral Education (1869) 65. Francisco Ferrer: The Modern School (1908) 66. Sébastien Faure: Libertarian Education (1910) CHAPTER 15: WOMEN, LOVE AND MARRIAGE 67. Bakunin: Against Patriarchal Authority (1873) 68. Louise Michel: Women''s Rights (1886) 69. Carmen Lareva: Free Love (1896) 70. Emma Goldman: Marriage (1897), Prostitution and Love (1910) CHAPTER 16: THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION 71. Voltairine de Cleyre: The Mexican Revolution (1911) 72. Praxedis Guerrero: To Die On Your Feet (1910) 73. Ricardo Flores Magón: Land and Liberty (1911-1918) CHAPTER 17: WAR AND REVOLUTION IN EUROPE 74. Élisée Reclus: Evolution and Revolution (1891) 75. Tolstoy: Compulsory Military Service (1893) 76. Jean Grave: Against Militarism and Colonialism (1893) 77. Élisée Reclus: The Modern State (1905) 78. Otto Gross: Overcoming Cultural Crisis (1913) 79. Gustav Landauer: For Socialism (1911) 80. Malatesta: Anarchists Have Forgotten Their Principles (1914) 81. International Anarchist Manifesto Against War (1915) 82. Emma Goldman: The Road to Universal Slaughter (1915) CHAPTER 18: THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION 83. Gregory Maksimov: The Soviets (1917) 84. All-Russian Conference of Anarcho-Syndicalists: Resolution on Trade Unions and Factory Committees (1918) 85. Manifestos of the Makhnovist Movement (1920) 86. Peter Arshinov: The Makhnovshchina and Anarchism (1921) 87. Voline: The Unknown Revolution (1947) 88. Alexander Berkman: The Bolshevik Myth (1925) 89. Emma Goldman: The Transvaluation of Values (1923) CHAPTER 19: ANARCHISM IN LATIN AMERICA 90. Comrades of the Chaco: Anarchist Manifesto (1892) 91. Manuel González Prada: Our Indians (1904) 92. Rafael Barrett: Striving for Anarchism (1909/10) 93. Teodoro Antilli: Class Struggle and Social Struggle (1924) 94. López Arango and Abad de Santillán: Anarchism in the Labour Movement (1925) 95. The American Continental Workers'' Association (1929) CHAPTER 20: CHINESE ANARCHISM 96. He Zhen: Women''s Liberation (1907) 97. Chu Minyi: Universal Revolution (1907) 98. Wu Zhihui: Education as Revolution (1908) 99. Shifu: Goals and Methods of the Anarchist-Communist Party (1914)

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