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By Robert Graham

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Quantity certainly one of Anarchism: A Documentary historical past of Libertarian rules, is a finished and much ranging choice of anarchist writings from the feudal period (300) to 1939. Edited and brought through famous anarchist pupil Robert Graham, the gathering will comprise the definitive texts from the anarchist culture of political idea, starting with a few of the earliest writings from China and Europe opposed to feudal servitude and authority.

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Nowhere-not even in Rus­ sia-have they abandoned the economic values upon which every society since the M iddle Ages has vainly tried to base itself. It has only been proved, again and again, that on the question of spiritual values there can be no compromise. Half-measures have failed and now the inevitable catastrophe has overwhelmed us. Whether that catastrophe is the final paroxysm of a doomed system, leaving the world darker and more despairing than ever; or whether it is the prelude to a spontaneous and univer­ sal insurrection, will depend on a swift apprehension of the destiny that is upon us.

What must we do to accomplish this? First. we need to utilize the natural tendency of the people toward continental unity through the federation of the countries of each con­ tinent. We need to develop ties of solidarity between the continents and give to these ties a functional form through the constitution of a true League of Peoples. It must not be simply a refurbished League of Nations, with its self-serving-interests. We need to make this League of Peoples into a truly economic, administrative and so­ cial regulator of the whole world organized for peace and against wa r , by creating bodies to serve it.

The reconstituted FAI which operated secretly and waged a partisan war against the Nazis, carrying on the traditions of the Italian Anarchist M ovement fro m which the purest fighters in the struggle for the emancipation of the working c1asss have sprung, addresses the workers in the blunt language which is the only sort that should be used between men. We have no glib remedies to offer. We know that consruction is achievable not through the ballot but through determination, toil and direct action.

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