By Ernesto A. Longa
In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, dozens of anarchist guides seemed through the usa regardless of constrained monetary assets, a pestering and censorial postal division, and chronic harassment, arrest, and imprisonment by means of the kingdom. Such works energetically recommended a stateless society outfitted upon person liberty and voluntary cooperation. In Anarchist Periodicals in English released within the usa (1833-1955): An Annotated Guide, Ernesto A. Longa offers a glimpse into the doctrines of those publications.
This quantity highlights the articles, reviews, manifestos, and inventive works of anarchists and left libertarians who have been devoted to propagandizing opposed to authoritarianism, sham democracy, salary and intercourse slavery, and race prejudice. within the survey are approximately a hundred newspapers produced all through North the United States. for every access, the next details is supplied: name, concerns tested, subtitle, editor, ebook details, together with place and frequency of ebook, members, good points and topics, previous and succeeding titles and an OCLC quantity to facilitate the identity of possessing libraries through a WorldCat seek. Excerpts from a range of articles are supplied to express either the ideological orientation and rhetorical variety of every one paper's editors and members. ultimately, exact realization is given to highlighting the scope of anarchist involvement in fighting obscenity and exertions legislation that abridged the appropriate to freely move reform papers during the mails, communicate on road corners, and gather in union halls.
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11, 1903)–90 (Nov. 1, 1905); Jay Fox, 91 (Nov. 15, 1905)–128 (June 19, 1907); Lawrence Cass, 129 (July 3, 1907)–142 (Feb. 19, 1908) Publication Information: Demonstrator Group, Home (Lakebay Post Office), Wash. Frequency: Varied (Weekly) Contributors: Steven T. Byington, J. A. Gillie, Lizzie M. Holmes, Charles L. James, Andrew Klemencic, Joseph A. Labadie, Sadie A. Magoon, John A. Morris, Carl Nold, Horace Traubel, Oliver A. ) OCLC Numbers: 5095964, 17688707, 42302086, 19333068, 31354682, 145133410 SELECTIONS James F.
A. Spartan. ” 25 (Oct. 15, 1938). Simon Farber. ” 27 (Oct. 29, 1938)–30 (Nov. 19, 1938). M. “The Nazi Putsch in Chile. ” 29 (Nov. 12, 1938). Albert Orland. “Convention Climaxes Three Years of CIO Activities. ” 31 (Nov. 26, 1938). “French Workers in Preliminary Test. ” 32 (Dec. 3, 1938). D. A. De Santillan. ” 33 (Dec. 10, 1938)–37 (Jan. 14, 1939). Translated from Timou, a monthly “Synthesis of Politico-Social Orientation” of the Spanish Libertarian movement. Emma Goldman. ” 34 (Dec. 24, 1938). Grynspan assassinated Ernst von Rath, assistant secretary to CHALLENGE (1938–1939) 35 the German embassy in Paris, as revenge for the expulsion by the Germans of Grynspan’s Polish-born parents from Germany.
1933). Walter Siegmeister. ” 11/12 (July–Aug. 1933). A. G. Meyers. ” 11/12 (July–Aug. 1933). Abba Gordin. ” 13 (Jan. 1934). E. Armand. ” 13 (Jan. 1934). 7 Clothed with the Sun (1900–1904)1 Prospectus: An Anarchist—One who believes self-government to be the best and only legitimate government, this to be reached by education, through the law of evolution—believes that violence only retards the movement. A Freelover—A man who never, under any circumstances, approaches a woman sexually unless she manifests a desire for him—a woman who believes she belongs to herself—never submits, but acts from choice.
Anarchist Periodicals in English Published in the United States (1833-1955): An Annotated Guide by Ernesto A. Longa