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Excerpts from Goldman's essay, 'Anarchism: What It Really Stands For'

Excerpts from Goldman's essay, 'Anarchism:  What It Really Stands For'
In this essay, Goldman sets forth her interpretation of the ideology of anarchism. Like most anarchists, she was highly idealistic; believing that human nature was inherently good, she was convinced that a state of absolute freedom would maximize human happiness and productivity. Here she enumerates the many constraints — including religion, property, law and government — that she sees as limiting the individual's liberty.

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Date / time
1910
Author(s)
Goldman, Emma
Pages
56-63
Publication
Anarchism and Other Essays
Date published
01-JAN-10

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