By Ernesto A. Longa
In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, dozens of anarchist courses seemed during the usa regardless of constrained monetary assets, a pestering and censorial postal division, and chronic harassment, arrest, and imprisonment through the kingdom. Such works energetically encouraged a stateless society equipped upon person liberty and voluntary cooperation. In Anarchist Periodicals in English released within the usa (1833-1955): An Annotated Guide, Ernesto A. Longa presents a glimpse into the doctrines of those publications.
This quantity highlights the articles, reviews, manifestos, and inventive works of anarchists and left libertarians who have been devoted to propagandizing opposed to authoritarianism, sham democracy, salary and intercourse slavery, and race prejudice. within the survey are approximately a hundred newspapers produced all through North the US. for every access, the subsequent info is equipped: name, matters tested, subtitle, editor, e-book details, together with situation and frequency of booklet, individuals, gains and matters, previous and succeeding titles and an OCLC quantity to facilitate the id of possessing libraries through a WorldCat seek. Excerpts from a range of articles are supplied to show either the ideological orientation and rhetorical form of every one paper's editors and individuals. ultimately, targeted cognizance is given to highlighting the scope of anarchist involvement in struggling with obscenity and hard work legislation that abridged the appropriate to freely move reform papers during the mails, communicate on road corners, and gather in union halls.
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Lewis Haiman. ” 53 (June 8, 1904)–57 (July 27, 1904); 60 (Aug. 24, 1904). J. A. Gillie. ” 55 (July 6, 1904). ” 57 (July 27, 1904). C. L. James. ” 59 (Aug. 17, 1904)–60 (Aug. 24, 1904). James F. Morton Jr. ” 67 (Oct. 12, 1904). Morton argues that “race prejudice, is the enemy of civilization, and inevitably leads to 46 DEMONSTRATOR ( 1903–1908) national deterioration. It is traitorous to the spirit of democracy and the prolific parent of every species of crime. ” Lydia Kingsmill Commander. ” 69 (Dec.
John Anderson. “IWMA Calls Workers to Fight against Armament Race, War and Fascism. ” 62 (July 22, 1939). Emma Goldman. ” 62 (July 22, 1939). Sebastien Faure. ” 63 (July 29, 1939)–64 (Aug. 5, 1939). Editorial. ’” 64 (Aug. 15, 1939). ” 65 (Aug. 12, 1939). M. was a German anarchist poet, editor, and publisher of Fanal (Berlin), and worker for the German Anarcho-Syndicalist movement. Abe Coleman. “Comrade D. A. ” 66 (Aug. 19, 1939)–68 (Sept. 2, 1939). An interview. Issue 12 (July 16, 1938) Note: This issue commemorates the start of the Spanish Revolution and includes: “July 19th in Barcelona and Madrid.
Pen name of Siegfried Nacht. php (accessed 17 March 2009). 3. Avrich, Anarchist Voices, 352–53. 4. According to Paul Avrich, throughout the 1920s and 1930s, Enrico Arrigoni wrote as Brand for a number of anarchist journals in Spanish, Italian, and English and went to Spain during the Spanish Civil War. Avrich, Anarchist Voices, 169, 174. In addition, Challenge editors identified H. Brand as their correspondent on Spain, 47 (Mar. 25, 1939): 1. 5. Avrich, Anarchist Voices, 439. 6. Ahrne Thorne (real name Thorenberg).