Dwight Macdonald Quote

The Anarchists' uncompromising rejection of the State, the subject of Marxian sneers for its "absolutist" and "Utopian" character, makes much better sense in the present era than the Marxist relativist and historical approach. The pacifists also seem to be more realistic than the Marxist both in their understanding of modern war and also in their attempts to do something about it...


"The Root is Man" (1946).

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The Anarchists' uncompromising rejection of the State, the subject of Marxian sneers for its absolutist and Utopian character, makes much better...

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The Anarchists' uncompromising rejection of the State, the subject of Marxian sneers for its absolutist and Utopian character, makes much better...

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The Anarchists' uncompromising rejection of the State, the subject of Marxian sneers for its absolutist and Utopian character, makes much better...

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The Anarchists' uncompromising rejection of the State, the subject of Marxian sneers for its absolutist and Utopian character, makes much better...