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Μαρξισμός, Ελευθερία και Κράτος- Μιχαηλ Μπακούνιν

Μαρξισμός, Ελευθερία και Κράτος- Μιχαηλ Μπακούνιν

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Marxism,Freedom
and  the
State
Michael Bakunin
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Liberty for all, and a natural respect for that liberty:such are the essential conditions of international solidarity.
- Bakunin
gate, at the Hague Conference.
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Compare James Burnham’s theory in his
Managerial Revolution 
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i.e., 1872.
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This sentence is, of course, purely ironical.
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Radicals - the more progressive wing of the Liberals, and standing for socialreform and political equalitarianism, but not for the abolition of private property, or ofthe wage system. Hence they were not Socialists. The Labour Party of today hasinherited much of their policy.
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Written in September 1870.
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The Marxists and the Lassalleans. They united in 1875.
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In a previous passage, Bakunin had said that Mazzini, like the Marxists, wantedto use the people’s strength whereby to gain political power.
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This is essentially the line put forward today by Labour politicians, especiallywhen, in Australia, they are asking for increased powers for the Federal Government.
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Followers of Auguste Comte (1798-1857) founder of the science of Sociology. Inhis later writings Comte advocated a Religion of Humanity, to be led by a sort ofagnostic secular priesthood consisting of scientific intellectuals, who would act as themoral and spiritual guides of a new social order.
Marxism, Freedom & the State
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Marxism, Freedom and the State 
was first published in 1950 byFreedom Press. The text of this Zabalaza Books version was down-loaded from the
Anarchy Archives: An Online Research Center on the History and Theory of Anarchism 
http://dwardmac.pitzer.edu/anarchist_archives/
There was no copyright notice found in the 1984 printing by FreedomPress. All of the text except for the footnotes, foreword, and biographywere written by Michael Bakunin and translated and edited by Kenafick.

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