No Treason: The Constitution of No Authority

Front Cover, Limited, 2006 - Philosophy - 124 pages
What is the motive to the secret ballot? This, and only this: Like other confederates in crime, those who use it are not friends, but enemies; and they are afraid to be known, and to have their individual doings known, even to each other. They can contrive to bring about a sufficient understanding to enable them to act in concert against other persons; but beyond this they have no confidence, and no friendship, among themselves.

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"No Treason: The Constitution of No Authority" is one of the few unassailable classics of anarchism. It very effectively makes a legalistic case against the state, and is one of the most interesting ... Read full review

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