The State is your Enemy
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From the blurb:
The State represents the division of the people into rulers and ruled. As long as Nation states and economic competition survive, so will international strife persist. In our present political impasse, people no longer believe fundamental changes in our society can come about. Yet we do have a choice.
Looking at successive Labour and Conservative Governments in Britain over a quarter of a century, at wars in Veitnam, Biafra, the Middle East and the Falklands, and at the May Days in Paris in 1968, this volume in the Freedom Press Centenary Series ends with a call to ordinary people to bypass the politicians.
The anarchist analysis of power carries more weight as time goes by. The struggle is, quite simply, the people against every kind of state.
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