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Publisher’s Introduction
Anarchism, an Introduction (by Donald Rooum)
What Anarchists Believe
Anarchy
“Anarchy” in the Sense of Social Disorder
Anarchism and Terrorism
Some Arguments for Government
Governments as Steps towards Anarchy
The Origin of Government
Democracy
Making Progress Towards Anarchy
How Anarchists Differ
Misapplications of the Term “Anarchist”
Differences among Real Anarchists
Intellectualists and Workerists
Individual Anarchism IS Class-Struggle Anarchism
Revolutionary Violence and Pacifist Anarchism
Workers’ Control and Anarcho-Syndicalism
Anarchism and Religion
Animals
Communism, Collectivism, Mutualism
Optimists and Pessimists
What Anarchists Do
How Many Anarchists Are There?
How Old Are Anarchists?
How Anarchists Are Organized?
Anarchist Literature
Meetings and Demonstrations
Direct Action
Anarchist Approaches to Anarchism
The Word “Anarchy” (Errico Malatesta)[1]
The Ideal of Anarchy (Peter Kropotkin)[2]
Anarchist-Communism (Errico Malatesta)[3]
Selfishness and Benevolence (Donald Rooum)[4]
Different Views on Organisation (Errico Malatesta)[5]
The Anarchist Revolution (Errico Malatesta)[6]
The Origin of Society (Peter Kropotkin)[7]
The Simplicity of Anarchism (George Nicholson)[8]
Anarchism and Violence
Anarchism and Homicidal Outrage (Charlotte Wilson)[9]
I. Is homicidal outrage the logical outcome of Anarchist convictions?
II. Though Anarchist principles do not in themselves logically lead to the commission of homicidal outrages, do they practically drive the active Anarchist into this course by closing other means of action?
III. While homicidal outrages are neither a logical outcome of Anarchist principles nor a practical necessity of Anarchist action, they are a social phenomenon which Anarchists and all Social Revolutionaries must be prepared to face.
Government and Homicidal Outrage (Marie Louise Berneri)[10]
Anarchism and Violence (Vernon Richards)[11]
Arguments for Government Answered
The Idea of Good Government (Errico Malatesta)[12]
Power Corrupts the Best (Michael Bakunin)[13]
Socialism and Freedom (Rudolf Rocker)[14]
Anarchism, Authoritarian Socialism and Communism (Errico Malatesta)[15]
Anarchism and Property (Errico Malatesta)[16]
The Authority of Government (William Godwin)[17]
The Relevance of Anarchism
Is Anarchy Possible? (Alexander Berkman)[18]
Crime in An Anarchy (William Morris)[19]
Small Steps in the Direction of Anarchy (Colin Ward)[20]
The Relevance of Anarchism (Bill Christopher, Jack Robinson, Philip Sansom, and Peter Turner)[21]
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