By Robert Graham
Quantity one in all Anarchism: A Documentary background of Libertarian rules, is a complete and much ranging selection of anarchist writings from the feudal period (300) to 1939. Edited and brought by means of famous anarchist student Robert Graham, the gathering will comprise the definitive texts from the anarchist culture of political suggestion, starting with many of the earliest writings from China and Europe opposed to feudal servitude and authority.
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In these days of feverish and agonizing anticipation, in the face of the frightful menace, the peoples of all nations remain irresolute. Their passivity has its roots in the consolidation of human societies into powerful and ever-more militarized states. The pretext for this consolidation has been the neces sity of repressing violent individuals and groups. But what it has actually achieved is the most monstrous organization of violence and the compulsory education of every one in destruction and murder.
Especially is this true since the advent of dictatorship, right and left. Friedrich Nietzsche called the State a cold monster. What would he have called the hideous beast in the garb of modern dictatorship? Not that government had ever allowed much scope to the individual; but the champions of the new State ideology do not grant even that much. " Nothi ng less than the complete surrender of the individual will satisfy the insatiable appetite of the new deity . . " The excuse of the former is its claim of a new obj ective.
TO ALL INTELLECI1JAL AND MANUAL WORKERS AT A TIME WHEN HUMANITY, LED BY MADMEN, strivers and hypocrites, is collapsing under the repeated blows of greedy profiteers of all sorts, we are once again making a sincere appeal to all reasonable and practical individuals to try to avoid total de struction and to take advantage of the present chaos to turn their efforts toward a ra tional and humane form of social organization. It is undeniably the fault of all governments that the blood of workers has been flowing i n torrents i n all countries for three years .