"Ideas Magazine" run by Panait Musoiu, was one of the longest running anarchist publications in Romania.
The Romanian state, with the contribution of all regimes buried the history of a flourishing, expanded and mature anarchist movement here in Romania. Panait Musoiu’s work and editing of this publication are part of this forgotten history.
"Ideas Magazine" run by Panait Musoiu, was one of the longest running anarchist publications in Romania. The magazine included 10 issues published over a year and has been published between 1900 and 1916. The first Romanian anarchist publications appear in 1880 ("The Lamp"). There have been dozens of such publications between these years. The Romanian state had paid a special attention to these publications, that were agitating among the working class for which some have been banned. Also, the” liberal” approach of the dominant themes in an era of conservative speech, bashful and rigid patriarchy and the traditional family, must have been seen in the eyes of state spies as a defiance of bourgeois order.
The journal published articles on various topics such as: atheism, anarchism, revolutionary syndicalism, social ethics, sexuality, women's empowerment, astronomy, the origin of the universe and life, science, etc.
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