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By Paul Eltzbacher

Anarchism is usually outlined because the political philosophy which holds the country to be bad, pointless, and destructive, or then again as opposing authority within the behavior of human kinfolk. Proponents of anarchism (known as ":anarchists") recommend stateless societies in accordance with non-hierarchical voluntary associations.** [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]

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Jahrhunderts. Volksausgabe (Berlin 1893). Mackay, "Magazin" = John Henry Mackay, "Der individualistische Anarchismus: ein Gegner der Propaganda der That," in Das Magazin fuer Litteratur (Berlin und Weimar) vol. 67 (1898) pp. 913-15. Mackay, "Stirner" = John Henry Mackay, Max Stirner. Sein Leben und sein Werk (Berlin 1898). Merlino = F. S. Merlino, L'Individualismo nell'anarchismo (Roma 1895). Pfau = "Proudhon und die Franzosen," in Ludwig Pfau, Kunst und Kritik, vol. 6 of Aesthetische Schriften, 2d ed.

His translation is that of a very intelligent man, trusting to his intelligence to justify him in translating quite freely. He is confident that he knows what the idea to be presented is, and his main concern is to express that in the language best suited to the purpose. He even avows, as will be seen, that he has "cautiously revised" other people's translations from the Russian, without himself claiming to be familiar with the Russian language. I would as soon entrust this extremely delicate task to Eltzbacher as to anybody I know, for he is in general remarkably correct in his re-wordings.

Omitting such entries as merely duplicate the utility of the table of contents, and making an effort to head every entry with the word under which the reader will actually seek it, I hope I have bettered Eltzbacher's index; and I hope the index will be not only a place-finder but a help toward the appreciation of the Anarchistic teachings. I have not in general undertaken to criticise those features of the book which embody Eltzbacher's own opinions. Whether it was in fact right to select these seven men as the touchstone of Anarchism,—whether Eltzbacher is right in discussing the definition of the State as he does, or whether he might better simply have taken as authoritative that definition which has legal force in international law,—whether he ought to have added any other feature to his book,—are points on which the reader does not care for my judgment, nor am I eager to express a judgment.

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