Anarchism: a solution to world problems

A 1940 pamphlet published by Man!, an anarchist newspaper out of New York.

Submitted by Juan Conatz on May 17, 2015

A Presentation of Ten Essays

One of the most interesting questions in relation to anarchy is of the manner in which it may be expected to terminate ... And it does not seem impossible that it should lead to the best form of human society, that the most penetrating philosopher is able to conceive. Nay, it has something in it that suggests the likeness, a tremendous likeness, of true liberty.

-William Godwin (1756–1836)

Originally published by Man! in 1940
Originally posted: September 28, 2014 by The Anarchist Library

PDF scanned for by the New York/New Jersey Workers Solidarity Alliance archives



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Submitted by syndicalist on February 16, 2016

When I first going around the old Libertarian Book Club in nyc, I picked up an original edition of that pamphlet. It was in excellent condition, unlike some other old pamphlets