Anarchism & Violence
Carter, AprilDate Written: 01/08/1989
Year Published: 1989 First Published: 1978
Resource Type: Article
The attitudes to violence within the anarchist tradition are complex and contradictory, and the issue remains contentious among anarchists today. The advocates, or at least the defenders, of violence have predominated. There is, however, also an important strand of anarchist thought which has insisted on the intrinsic importance of non-violence.
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