by Nicolas Walter
Today, the word anarchism inspires both fear and fascination. But few people understand what anarchists believe, what anarchists want, and what anarchists do. This incisive essay puts the case for anarchism as a pragmatic political philosophy.
This is a new edition of the classic work by Nicolas Walter, who was a writer, journalist and active protester against the power of the state. It has often been reprinted and has been translated into many languages, including French, Spanish, Japanese, Serbo-Croat, Chinese, Polish and Russian.
Includes an introduction by Natasha Walter.
For information about the author see Wikipedia.
First Published 1969, This Edition 2002
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