About Anarchism

“This introduction to anarchism was first published in June 1969 as the hundredth issue of the monthly magazine Anarchy, and was immediately reprinted as a separate pamphlet. It was reprinted again in 1971, and it has also been translated into Danish, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Italian (twice), Japanese, Spanish (twice), and Yiddish (in Argentina). This new edition is unchanged except for the addition of this paragraph, of a new penultimate paragraph in the section on “The individual and society”, and of a new postscript at the end.” – Brickburner Press, January 1977

1980 Australian reprint of Nicolas Walter’s seminal essay “About Anarchism”. Nicolas Hardy Walter was a British anarchist and atheist writer, speaker and activist. He was a member of the Committee of 100 and Spies for Peace, and wrote on topics of anarchism and humanism.

Contents: WHAT ANARCHISTS BELIEVE; HOW ANARCHISTS DIFFER; WHAT ANARCHISTS WANT; WHAT ANARCHISTS DO

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