A Libertarian Reader – vol.2 (1897-1936)

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The second volume of writings on Libertarian thought – covering the early years of the 20th century: 1897-1936


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Part two of Iain McKay’s four volume collection, covering texts produced and published between 1897 and 1936.

Libertarian was first coined in 1857 to summarise opposition to the authoritarian relations generated by the state, capitalism and patriarchy – and the desire to end them. This anthology brings together libertarian writings from the next 160 years, all united by a love of freedom and seeking to change the world to allow every individual to flourish.

Articles by thinkers and activists from all libertarian schools are included: anarchists, council communists, situationists, autonomists, guild socialists and revolutionary syndicalists raise their voices in fighting for freedom.
These writings will aid today’s struggles against every hierarchy – whether political, economic, or social – and bring a free socialist society closer.

Book details:
ISBN: 9781914567315
Publisher: Active Distribution
Subject: Politics, Political Theory, Libertarianism
Format: Paperback
Pages: 451
Published: December 2023
Editor: Iain McKay

Weight 604 g