My second text bearing on the issues addressed in this blog is An Anarchist’s Manifesto.
In the bracing tradition of the manifesto, Glenn Wallis “makes public” the values informing the anarchist way of life—order, equality, mutual support, and a vitalizing rejection of authoritarianism, oppression, and exploitation. Offering examples of anarchism in action that are sure to surprise, this startling book inspires even the most skeptical readers to experiment with these values in practical ways. Along the way, it offers a succinct account of anarchism’s historical blights of violence and quixotic utopianism.
An Anarchist’s Manifesto cogently promotes and presents a transformative approach to living in harmony with others.
“A manifesto in the best tradition of Emma Goldman and Colin Ward. If you are not an anarchist (yet?)—this book is for you.”—Uri Gordon, author of Anarchy, State and Revolution and Anarchy Alive!
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