Anarchy and Order
by Herbert Read

Well written and highly intelligent at times. Surprising for a communist anarchist. He was strongly influenced by Kropotkin's Mutual Aid, Max Stirner, the existentialists, Lord Acton, and many others from east and west. He demonstrates wide knowledge of literature from all cultures, and many of his assessments seem sound.

Year Read: 1974


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