Robert Graham (Ed.) - Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas Vol. 1: From Anarchy to Anarchism (300 CE to 1939)

Robert Graham (Ed.) - Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas Volume One: From Anarchy to Anarchism (300 CE to 1939)
Contents:
Chapter 1. Early Texts On Servitude And Freedom
1. Bao Jingyan: Neither Lord Nor Subject (300 CE)
2. Etienne de la Boetie: On Voluntary Servitude (1552)
3. Gerrard Winstanley: The New Law of Righteousness (1649)
Chapter 2. Enlightenment And Revolution
4. William Godwin: Enquiry Concerning Poiitical Justice (1793-97)
5. Jean Varlet: The Explosion (1794)
6. Sylvain Marechal: Manifesto of the Equals (1796)
Chapter 3. Industrialization And The Emergence Of Socialism
7. Charles Fourier: Attractive Labour (1822-1837)
8. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon: What is Property (1840)
9. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon: The System of Economic Contradictions (1846)
Chapter 4. Revolutionary Ideas And Action
10. Mikhail Bakunin: The Reaction in Germany (1842)
11. Max Stirner: The Ego and Its Own (1844)
12. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon: The General Idea of the Revolution (1851)
13. Anselme Bellegarrigue: Anarchy is Order (1850)
14. Joseph Dejacque: The Revolutionary Question (1854)
15. Francisco Pi y Margall: Reaction and Revolution (1854)
16. Carlo Pisacane: On Revolution (1857)
17. Joseph Dejacque: On Being Human (1857)
Chapter 5. The Origin Of The Anarchist Movement And The International
18. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon: On Federalism (1863/65)
19. Statutes of the First International (1864-1866)
20. Mikhail Bakunin: Socialism and the State (1867)
21. Mikhail Bakunin: Program of the International Brotherhood (1868)
22. Mikhail Bakunin: What is the State (1869)
23. Mikhail Bakunin: The lllusion of Universal Suffrage (1870)
24. Mikhail Bakunin: On Science and Authority (1871)
Chapter 6. The Conflict In The First International
25. Mikhail Bakunin: The Organization of the International (1871)
26. The Sonvillier Circular (1871)
27. The St. Imier Congress (1872)
Chapter 7. The Franco-Prussian War And The Paris Commune
28. Mikhail Bakunin: Letters to a Frenchman on the Present Crisis (1870)
29. Mikhail Bakunin: The Paris Commune and the Idea of the State (1871)
30. Louise Michel: In Defence of the Commune (1871)
31. Peter Kropotkin: The Paris Commune (1881)
Chapter 8. Anarchist Communism
32. Carlo Cafiero: Anarchy and Communism (1880)
33. Peter Kropotkin: The Conquest of Bread (1892)
34. Peter Kropotkin: Fields, Factories and Workshops (1898)
35. Luigi Galleani: The End of Anarchism (1907)
Chapter 9. Anarchy And Anarchism
36. Jose Llunas Pujols: What is Anarchy (1882)
37. Charlotte Wilson: Anarchism (1886)
38. Elisee Reclus: Anarchy (1894)
39. Jean Grave: Moribund Society and Anarchy (1893)
40. Gustav Landauer: Anarchism in Germany (1895)
41. Peter Kropotkin: On Anarchism (1896)
42. Emile Armand: Mini-Manual of the Anarchist Individualist (1911)
Chapter 10. Propaganda By The Deed
43. Paul Brollsse: Propaganda By the Deed (1877)
44. Carlo Cafiero: Action (1880)
45. Peter Kropotkin: Expropriation (1885)
46. Jean Grave: Means and Ends (1893)
47. Leo Tolstoy: On Non-violent Resistance (1900)
48. Errico Malatesta: Violence as a Social Factor (1895)
49. Gustav Landauer: Destroying the State by Creating Socialism (1910/15)
50. Voltairine de Cleyre: Direct Action (1912)
Chapter 11. Law And Morality
51. William Godwin: Of Law (1797)
52. Peter Kropotkin: Law and Authority (1886)
53. Errico Malatesta: The Duties of the Present Hour (1894)
54. Peter Kropotkin: Mutual Aid (1902) and Anarchist Morality (1890)
Chapter 12. Anarcho-Syndicalism
55. The Pittsburgh Proclamation (1883)
56. Fernand Pelloutier: Anarchism and the Workers' Unions (1895)
57. Antonio Pellicer Paraire: The Organization of Labour (1900)
58. The Workers' Federation of the Uruguayan Region (FORU): Declarations from the 3rd Congress (1911)
59. Emma Goldman: On Syndicalism (1913)
60. Pierre Monatte and Errico Malatesta: Syndicalism-For and Against (1907)
Chapter 13. Art And Anarchy
61. Oscar Wilde: The Soul of Man Under Socialism (1891)
62. Bernard Lazare: Anarchy and Literature (1894)
63. Jean Grave: The Artist as Equal, Not Master (1899)
Chapter 14. Anarchy And Education
64. Michael Bakunin: Integral Education (1869)
65. Francisco Ferrer: The Modern School (1908)
66. Sebastien Faure: Libertarian Education (1910)
Chapter 15. Women, Love And Marriage
67. Michael Bakunin: Against Patriarchal Authority (1873)
68. Louise Michel: Women's Rights (1886)
69. Carmen Lareva: Free Love (1896)
70. Emma Goldman: Marriage (1897), Prostitution and Love (1910)
Chapter 16. The Mexican Revolution
71. Voltairine de Cleyre: The Mexican Revolution (1911)
72. Praxedis Guerrero: To Die On Your Feet (1910)
73. Ricardo Flores Magon: Land and Liberty (1911-1918)
Chapter 17. War And Revolution In Europe
74. Elisee Reclus: Evolution and Revolution (1891)
75. Leo Tolstoy: Compulsory Military Service (1893)
76. Jean Grave: Against Militarism and Colonialism (1893)
77. Elisee Reclus: The Modern State (1905)
78. Otto Gross: Overcoming Cultural Crisis (1913)
79. Gustav Landauer: For Socialism (1911)
80. Errico Malatesta: Anarchists Have Forgotten Their Principles (1914)
81. International Anarchist Manifesto Against War (1915)
82. Emma Goldman: The Road to Universal Slaughter (1915)
Chapter 18. The Russian Revolution
83. Gregory Maksimov: The Soviets (1917)
84. All-Russian Conference of Anarcho-Syndicalists: Resolution on Trade Unions and Factory Committees (1918)
85. Manifestos of the Makhnovist Movement (1920)
86. Peter Arshinov: The Makhnovshchina and Anarchism (1921)
87. Voline: The Unknown Revolution (1947)
88. Alexander Berkman: The Bolshevik Myth (1925)
89. Emma Goldman: The Transvaluation of Values (1924)
Chapter 19. Anarchism In Latin America
90. Comrades of the Chaco: Anarchist Manifesto (1892)
91. Manuel Gonzalez Prada: Our Indians (1904)
92. Rafael Barrett: Striving for Anarchism (1909/10)
93. Teodoro Antilli: Class Struggle and Social Struggle (1924)
94. Lopez Arango and Abad de Santillan: Anarchism in the Labour Movement (1925)
95. The American Continental Workers' Association (1929)
Chapter 20. Chinese Anarchism
96. He Zhen: Women's Liberation (1907)
97. Chu Minyi: Universal Revolution (1907)
98. Wu Zhihui: Education as Revolution (1908)
99. Shifu: Goals and Methods of the Anarchist-Communist Party (1914)
100. Huang Lingshuang: Writings on Evolution, Freedom and Marxism (1917-29)
101. Li Pei Kan: On Theory and Practice (1921-1927)
Chapter 21. Anarchism In Japan And Korea
102. Kotoku Shusui: Letter from Prison (1910)
103. Osugi Sakae: Social Idealism (1920)
104. Ito Noe: The Facts of Anarchy (1921)
105. Shin Chaeho: Declaration of the Korean Revolution (1923)
106. Hatta Shuzo: On Syndicalism (192 7)
107. Kubo Yuzuru: On Class Struggle and the Daily Struggle (1928)
108. The Talhwan: What We Advocate (1928)
109. Takamure Itsue: A Vision of Anarchist Love (1930)
110. Japanese Libertarian Federation: What To Do About War (1931)
Chapter 22. The Interwar Years
111. Gustav Landauer: Revolution of the Spirit (1919)
112. Errico Malatesta: An Anarchist Program (1920)
113. Luigi Fabbri: Fascism: The Preventive Counter-Revolution (1921)
114. The IWA: Declaration of the Principles of Revolutionary Syndicalism (1922)
115. The Platform and its Critics (1926-27)
116. Voline: Anarchist Synthesis
117. Alexander Berkman: The ABC of Communist Anarchism (1929)
118. Marcus Graham: Against the Machine (1934)
119. H.R.: Wilhelm Reich and the Mass Psychology of Fascism (1935)
120. Bart de Ligt: The Conquest of Violence (1937)
121. Rudolf Rocker: Nationalism and Culture (1937)
Chapter 23. The Spanish Revolution
122. Felix Marti Ibanez: The Sexual Revolution (1934)
123. Lucia Sanchez Saomil: The Question of Feminism (1935)
124. The CNT: Resoilltions from the Zaragoza Congress (1936)
125. Diego Abad de Santillan: The Libertarian Revolution (1936)
126. Gaston Leval: Libertarian Democracy
127. Albert Jensen: The CNT-FAI, the State and Government (1938)
128. Diego Abad de Santillan: A Return to Principle (1938)
Chapter 24. Epilogue And Prologue To Volume 2
129. Emma Goldman: A Life Worth Living (1934)
130. Herbert Read: Poetry and Anarchism (1938)
131. Errico Malatesta: Toward Anarchy

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