By Robert Graham
Quantity one in every of Anarchism: A Documentary historical past of Libertarian principles, is a entire and much ranging choice of anarchist writings from the feudal period (300) to 1939. Edited and brought via famous anarchist pupil Robert Graham, the gathering will comprise the definitive texts from the anarchist culture of political inspiration, starting with many of the earliest writings from China and Europe opposed to feudal servitude and authority.
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Simply stated, no one should be required to kill others or to expose themselves to being killed. Every individual's life belongs to him or her, and no one else can require that it be taken away. We honour those who have voluntarily sacrificed their l ives for a great idea, in a struggle for liberty. But it is the worst kind of d egradation, it is ab sol ute slavery, to allow anyone else the monstrous right to d i s pose of the exis tence of others . What else can be said about the soldier's obligation to kill?
We need to prepare o urselves to give events a new direction, to revive the sentiments of mutual aid, fai rness and fraternity. " '- 4. Marie Louise Bemeri: Constructive Policy versus Destructive War (1940-43) Marie Louise Berneri (1 9 1 8- 1 949) was an Italian born anarchist journalist and editor. In 1 926, she and herfamily had to flee Italy, as her parents, Camillo and Giovanna Berneri, were prominent anarchists and vocal opponents of Mussolini's Fascist regime. She attended uni versity in Paris and worked with Luis Mercier Vega before relocating to London, where she be came very active in the English anarchist movement.
As for the USSR. it aspires to be a state-capitalist world power. which, because of its despotism. will be as evil as private capitalism. This will be the global order, unless the workers of the whole world unite from now on to plant the flag of social revolution in the chaos that surrounds 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.