Anarchy Without Government. Enrico Malatesta.

Anarchy Without Government

An undated and unattributed poster that reproduces text from the 1891 pamphlet entitled "Anarchy," by the Italian anarchist Enrico Malatesta (1853-1932). The poster states that "the word anarchy was used in the sense of disorder and confusion, and it is still adopted in that sense by the ignorant and by adversaries interested in distorting the truth" and that once "the public become convinced that the government is not necessary, but extremely harmful, the word anarchy, because it signifies without government, will become equal to saying natural order, harmony of the needs and interests of all, complete liberty with complete solidarity". Item #912.

Condition: Very Good, toning to newsprint and folded at middle; .5" closed tear at lower right edge.

Political Poster
10" x 18"
Offset printed on newsprint
Circa 1967

Price: $150.00

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