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By Ruth Kinna

Ruth Kinna attracts on various resources to give an explanation for the main of the rejection of the country, the idea of revolution and the function of anarchism in heritage, from the Russian Revolution and Paris 1968, to the increase of the global anti-globalization circulate.

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Proudhon, What is Property? (London: William Reeves, 1969), 259–60. M. Bakunin, On Anarchism, ed. S. Dologff (Montreal: Black Rose, 1980), 57. P. Kropotkin, Words of a Rebel, ed. G. Woodcock (Montreal: Black Rose, 1992), 79–80. A. Berkman, ABC of Anarchism (London: Freedom Press, 1980), 1–2. Anarchist Media Group, Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Anarchism But Were Afraid to Ask (Cardiff: Black Sheep/Dark Star/Rebel Press, 1988), 3. D. Rooum, What is Anarchism? (London: Freedom Press, 1993), 3.

Html V. de Cleyre, Anarchism and American Traditions (San Francisco: Sharp Press, 1989), 6. G. Aldred, A Call to Manhood (Glasgow: Strickland Press, 1944), 16. , 272. M. Bakunin, in R. ), The Basic Bakunin (New York: Prometheus Books, 1992), 107. Voline, Unknown Revolution, 188. E. Malatesta, ‘Communism and Individualism’ in V. Richards (ed), The Anarchist Revolution (London: Freedom Press, 1995), 14–16. 053 21/07/2005 10:40 AM Page 43 what is anarchism? 43 69. 70. 71. L. org/ articles/anar/en/display/306 S.

57 One of the effects of the formal division of socialists into anarchist and Marxist camps has been to encourage anarchists to re-evaluate their relationship to liberalism. Bruised by their knowledge of the tyranny of Soviet socialism, twentieth-century anarchists in particular reasserted their commitment to the philosophy of liberalism and offered robust defences of the civic freedoms with which liberals are traditionally associated. The theoretical alignment of anarchism with liberalism has a historical root.

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