By Robert Graham
Quantity one in every of Anarchism: A Documentary heritage of Libertarian principles, is a finished 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 contain 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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Man is reaching out for the wider scope of human rela tions which liberty alone can give. " It is not the negative thing of being free from some thing, because with such freedom you may starve to death . Real freedom, true liberty is positive: it is freedom to something; it is the liberty to be, to do; in short, the liberty of actual and active opportunity. That sort of l iberty is not a gift: it is the natural right of man, of every human be ing. It cannot be given: it cannot be conferred by any law or government.
By social revol ution we mean the abolition of pol itical power, of m i l itaris m , of gold as king, a n d o f classes . By s o c i a l revolution we also m e a n complete and de- Anti-Militarism, War & Revolution / 25 fi nitive freedom of speech, organ ization and action fo r everyone, the free avail abil ity of the means of production fo r all peoples, incl u d i ng access to jobs, products , educatio n and security for a l l . By social revo lution we mean power i n t h e hands of everyone through libertarian syndicalist associati o n , which would promote product i o n worldwi de i n all countries, thereby ensuring a n equ itable d i stribution of raw materia l s and fi n ished products, including consumer goods.
STALIN AND SPAIN We want to stress particularly Stalin's criminal duplicity with respect to Spain. While the Communists were denouncing the policy of non-intervention in Spain (advocated and practiced by the Western bourgeois democracies) as the worst kind of infamy, Soviet government representatives were participating in the Plymouth Committee in London [for non-intervention in Spain] and approving all of its decisions. This could only cause the greatest confusion among workers. M oreover, the Stalinist involve ment in Spain resulted in the Republic's submission to Soviet tutelage and led to the Anti-Militarism, War & Revolution /15 perpetration of the worst crimes-the plundering of the country, and the creation of the worst resentments and deepest divisions among the anti-Fascist resisters-be hind the facade of unity .
Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas, Vol. 2: The Emergence of the New Anarchism by Robert Graham