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Anarchism and its Critique of Marxism

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1 Meltzer, Albert. Anarchism: Arguments for and against. AK Press, 2000. 6.

2 Ibid., 12.

3 Novak, D. "The Place of Anarchism in the History of Political Thought". The Review of Politics. 20, 3, 1958. 327.

4 Ibid., 307.

5 Ibid., 309.

6 Tilly, Charles "War Making and State Making as Organized Crime". Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985.

7 Barclary, Harold. The State. London: Freedom Press, 2003. 

8 Novak, D. "The Place of Anarchism in the History of Political Thought". The Review of Politics. 20, 3, 1958. 311.

9 Ibid., 312.

10 Apocryphal tales abound of Diogenes, founder of the Cynics, defecating, urinating and masturbating in public to demonstrate to others, by example, the illusory nature of social norms.

11 Novak, D. "The Place of Anarchism in the History of Political Thought". The Review of Politics. 20, 3, 1958. 314.

12 Ibid., 320.

13 Guérin, Daniel. No Gods, No Masters: An Anthology of Anarchism. Oakland: AK Press, 2005. 9.

14 Stirner, Max. The Ego and Its Own in Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas., Robert Graham, ed. Montreal: Black Rose Books, 2005. 45. 

15 Ibid., 48.

16 Novak, D. "The Place of Anarchism in the History of Political Thought". The Review of Politics. 20, 3, 1958. 322.

17 Guérin, Daniel. No Gods, No Masters: An Anthology of Anarchism. Oakland: AK Press, 2005. 9.

18 Ibid., 10.

19 Ibid., 11.

20 Ibid., 21. 

21 Ibid., 39.

22 Ibid., 17. 

23 Ibid., 15.

24 Ibid., 16

25 Novak, D. "The Place of Anarchism in the History of Political Thought". The Review of Politics. 20, 3, 1958. 321.

26 Morris, Brian. Bakunin: The Philosophy of Freedom. Montreal: Black Rose Books, 1993. 85.

27 Ibid., 86.

28 Ibid., 81.

29 Ibid., 88.

30 Ibid., 90.

31 Ibid., 121.

32 Ibid., 124.

33 Guérin, Daniel. Anarchism. New York: Monthly Review Press, 1970. 24. 

34 Ibid., 25.

35 Avrich, Paul. Anarchist Portraits. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1988. 9.

36 Morris, Brian. Kropotkin. Amherst: Humanity Books, 2004. 60. 

37 Ibid., 33.

38 Ibid., 59.

39 Ibid., 50.

40 Ibid., 57.

41 Ibid., 202.

42 Ibid., 81.

43 Ibid., 61. 

44 Ibid., 82.

45 Brinton, Maurice. Bolsheviks and Workers' Control 1917-1921: The State and Counterrevolution. London: Solidarity, 1970. 49. 

46 Morris, Brian. Kropotkin. Amherst: Humanity Books, 2004. 192. 

47 Ibid., 192. 

48 Ibid., 60.

49 Ibid., 52. 

50 Ibid., 53.

51 Ibid., 51.

52 Ibid., 54.

53 Ibid., 62. 

54 Ibid., 134.

55 Ibid., 117.

56 Russell, Bertrand. Roads to Freedom: Socialism, Anarchism and Syndicalism. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1966. 24.

57 Bookchin, Murray. "Listen, Marxist!" in Post-Scarcity Anarchism. Edinburgh: AK Press, 2004. 111.

58 Ibid., 112.

59 Ibid., 113. 

60 Ibid., 113.

61 Ibid., 114.

62 Ibid., 115.

63 Ibid., 115.

64 Ibid., 116.

65 Ibid., 116.

66 Ibid., 117.

67 Ibid., 117.

68 Ibid., 117.

69 Ibid., 118.

70 Ibid., 119.

71 Ibid., 119.

72 Ibid., 120.

73 Ibid., 110.

74 Ibid., 122.

75 Ibid., 124.

76 Ibid., 125.

77 Ibid., 131.

78 Ibid., 134.

79 Ibid., 135.

80 Bookchin, Murray. Anarchism, Marxism and the Future of the Left. San Francisco: AK Press, 1999. 265.

81 Ibid., 265.

82 Ibid., 266.

83 Ibid., 269.

84 Ibid., 270.

85 Ibid., 271.

86 Ibid., 272.

87 Ibid., 273.

88 Ibid., 276.

89 Ibid., 288.

90 Ibid., 288.

91 See Escobar, Arturo. "Beyond the Third World: Imperial Globality, Global Coloniality and Anti-Globalisation Social Movements". Third World Quarterly, 25: 1, 207-230.


 
 
 

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