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Herbert Read, (1940). The Philosophy of Anarchism. London: Freedom Press. The Philosophy of Anarchism. By Herbert Read FREEDOM PRESS First published September 1940by Freedom Press.27, Red Lion Street. London, W.C.1,Second Impression, June 1941Third Impression, December 1941Fourth Impression, July 1942Fifth Impression, February 1943Sixth Impression, December 1944.Seventh Impression, November 1947.All rights reserved.Printed in Great Britainby Express Printers, London.      Ts'ui Chii said to Lao Tzu, "You say there must be no government. But it there is no government, how are men's hearts to be improved?" "The last thing you should do," said Lao Tzu, "is to tamper with men's hearts.... (From : Anarchy Archives.)


This pamphlet appears in Anarchy Archives with the permission of IISH. The Policy of The International. [The Policy was published in Egalite In 1869. It was translated by K. L. from a German version, in 1911, and was published in the Herald of Revolt, for October of that year under the title of "The Issue." It is now republished under its original title.-ED.]       "Up to now we believed," says a reactionary paper, "that the political and religious opinions of a man depended upon the fact of his being a member of the International or not."       At first sight, one might think that this paper was correct in its altered opinion. For the International does not ask any new m... (From : Anarchy Archives.)


This article appears courtesy of Emma Goldman Papers, Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations The Social Importance of the Modern School by Emma Goldman To fully grasp the social importance of the Modern School, we must understand first the school as it is being operated today, and secondly the idea underlying the modern educational movement.     What, then, is the school of today, no matter whether public, private, or parochial?     It is for the child what the prison is for the convict and the barracks for the soldier--a place where everything is being used to break the will of the child, and then to pound, knead... (From : Anarchy Archives.)

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