Tag: Voltairine de Cleyre

Voltarine de Cleyre, the Anarchist Tradition, and the Political Challenge

Voltairine de Cleyre’s concept of “anarchism without adjectives” (which actually originated from Cuban anarchists a few decades earlier) was about reconciling or at least accommodating the various radical tendencies of her time (mutualists, individualists, collectivists, communists, syndicalists, Tolstoyans, Georgist, Bellamyites, etc.).  Given the proliferation of a much greater […]