Some articles on anarchist, anarchists:

Anarchist Mountain
... Anarchist Mountain is a mountain in British Columbia, Canada, which rises 1491 m (4892 ft) above sea level ... Anarchist Mountain and Sidley were both named after Richard G ... Sidley's political views were unusual for his time he was often called an anarchist, and this plateau became known locally as "the anarchist's mountain" ...
Anarchism In Argentina - Early Years
... The first Argentinian anarchist groups appeared in the 1870s ... at first it was explicitly part of neither the International's anarchist nor its Marxist wing ... there were several sections in Argentina, with anarchists in control of all of them ...
Al Badil Al Taharouri
... Al Badil Al Taharouri (The Anarchist Alternative) is a Lebanese anarchist organization ... It is linked to the French anarchist group Alternative libertaire ...
Anarchism In Poland
... The anarchist movement in Poland first developed at the turn of the 20th century under the influence of anarchist ideas from Western Europe and Russia ... Prior to Polish independence, several anarchist organizations emerged within the area that would become the Second Polish Republic ... Many young anarchists were executed without trial and firing on demonstrating workers was common ...
Alexander Atabekian
... (Moiseevich) Atabekian (2 February 1868-4 December 1933) was a prominent ethnic Armenian anarchist, author and publisher of anarchist literature ... He became an anarchist in 1890 through reading Words of a Rebel, a series of essays written by Peter Kropotkin in 1879 for the paper Le Revolt later collected for publication in ... Thereafter he published Armenian and Russian translations of Kropotkin and other anarchist authors, and established relations with the militants and anarchists in the Armenian ...

Famous quotes containing the word anarchist:

    I am an anarchist in politics and an impressionist in art as well as a symbolist in literature. Not that I understand what these terms mean, but I take them to be all merely synonyms of pessimist.
    Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918)

    The anarchist and the Christian have a common origin.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    Lady Dynamite, let’s dance quickly,
    Let’s dance and sing and dynamite everything!
    —French anarchist song of the 1880s.