Anarchism: Its Aims and Purposes

“I am an Anarchist not because I believe Anarchism is the final goal, but because there is no such thing as a final goal.” – Rudolf Rocker

“Rudolf Rocker (1873 – 1958) was a German anarchist who was forced into exile in 1892. He settled in Britain in 1895 and, though himself not Jewish, was active in the Jewish movement until he was interned and later deported during World War 1. He was active back in Germany until the rise of Hitler forced him into exile again, and he spent the rest of his life in the USA. Anarchism: Its Aims and Purposes is the first chapter of Rudolf Rocker’s libertarian classic Anarchosyndicalism, originally published in 1938 by Martin Secker and Warbug. Anarchosyndicalism has been reprinted several times since and appears in a revised and abridged version as Anarchism and Anarcho-Syndicalism. An attempt has been made within the text of this pamphlet to soften the gender-specific language, a product, apparently, of pre-feminist times. Where possible, the original text has been left unaltered. Where this has been impossible, substitute ”man,” “his” or ”him” for the word appearing in the brackets to return to the original text.”

Reprinted in 1996 by Brunswick’s Free Labour Press, this

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