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June 30, 2010

Submitted by alycia on Wed, 06/30/2010 - 15:08
  • Wild Seed
  • Re-read parts of "Don't Leave your Friends Behind: Anarcha-Feminism & Supporting Mothers and Children" zine, which I came across a copy of in a box of donated materials at work.
  • "Notes on Anarchism" zine by Noam Chomsky, in which he quotes Rudolph Rocker:
    • Anarchism "...Strives for the free unhindered unfolding of all the individual and social forces in life. Even freedom is only relative, not an absolute concept, since it tends constantly to become broader and to affect wider circles in more manifold ways. For the anarchist, freedom is not an abstract philosophical concept, but the vital concrete possibility for every human being to bring to full development all of their powers, capacities, and talents with which nature has endowed him [or her], and turn them into social account."

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