No Gods, No Masters: An Anthology of Anarchism edited by Daniel Guerin
No Gods No Masters: An Anthology Of Anarchism is the first English translations of Guerin's extensive anthology of anarchistic writings, originally published in French in four volumes. Drawing upon previously unpublished documents, letters, debates, manifestoes, reports, calls-to-arms, and reasoned analyses, No Gods No Masters offers a serious-minded look at the history, organization, and practices of the anarchist movement. Including writings by Malatesta, Henri, Pouget, Souchy, Leval, Voline, Makhno, Goldman, de Paepe, and more, No Gods No Masters discusses the question "What is property?", the controversy over Marx and the First International, the Russian Revolution, the Spanish Revolution, the Paris Commune, and much more. A classic compilation enthusiastically recommended for political science students and anyone striving to better understand the anarchist philosophy and movement.
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