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Left-wing Uprisings Against The Bolsheviks - Anarchist Attacks
... Infoanarchism Insurrectionary Leftist National Naturist Pacifist Philosophical Platformist Post-anarchist Post-colonial Post-left Primitivist Queer ... Conference of Rome Trial of the thirty Haymarket affair May Day Anarchist Exclusion Act Congress of Amsterdam Tragic Week High Treason Incident Manifesto of the Sixteen 1919 United ... May coordinated CHEKIST attacks against alleged anarchists were launched in both Petrograd and Moscow ...
The Bolshevik Myth - Plot
... Russia along with over two hundred other anarchists, socialists, and other leftists ... Unlike some of his fellow anarchists, he is willing to ignore the very different philosophy of the Bolsheviks ... "Socialists or anarchists—our theoretical differences are left behind ...
Sascha Schapiro - Early Years and Russian Revolutions
... at the age of fourteen he left the town and joined an anarchist militant group (akin to the Chernoznamentsy) who were rounded up by the authorities in 1905 after an ... He was one of a number of anarchists who spoke out against the representative system for electing the Constituent Assembly proposed by Alexander Kerensky's Russian Provisional ... He befriended the anarchist revolutionaries Lev Chernyi and Maria Nikiforova and became a leading figure in a cadre of heavily-armed anarchists fighting in Ukraine associated with Nestor Makhno's Black Army ...
Contemporary Anarchism
... Proponents of anarchism, known as "anarchists", advocate stateless societies based on non-hierarchical free associations ... Anarchists have participated in violent revolutions (such as in Revolutionary Catalonia and the Free Territory) and anarchist political organizations (such ...

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    Whether we immoralists do any harm to virtue?—Just as little as anarchists do to princes. It is only because they have been shot at that they once again sit securely on their thrones. Moral: we must shoot at morals.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)