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  2. Pioneers of American Freedom - Wikipedia

    Pioneers of American Freedom: Origin of Liberal and Radical Thought in America is a book by the German anarcho-syndicalist Rudolf Rocker about the history of liberal, libertarian, and anarchist thought in the United States. Rudolf Rocker started work on Pioneers of American Freedom during World War II. Professor Arthur E. Briggs started ...

  3. Rudolf Rocker | The Anarchist Library

    The Communist Party and the Idea of Dictatorship — Rudolf Rocker May 23, 2022 9 pp. Federalism — Rudolf Rocker Jan 27, 2019 7 pp. Marx and Anarchism — Rudolf Rocker Apr 26, 2009 23 pp. Max Baginski — Rudolf Rocker May 23, 2022 10 pp. Milly Witkop-RockerRudolf Rocker Aug 10, 2021 10 pp. Nationalism and Culture — Rudolf Rocker May 28, 2021 802 pp.

  4. Nationalism And Culture: Rocker, Rudolf -

    Originally published in 1937, Rudolf Rocker’s classic Nationalism and Culture is a detailed study of the intellectual development and cultural history of European nationalism.

  5. A Tribute to Rudolf Rocker (1873–1958) | Mises Institute

    Theologically speaking, the young Rudolf Rocker was an atheist. By background, he was a German Catholic who spoke not a word of Yiddish — and read not a word of it either. Still, Yiddish wasn't all that far removed from modern German, and Rocker, like Mises, had a talent for language.

  6. Rudolf Rocker and the Will to Power, Part 1 |

    In Nationalism and Culture, a classic history of libertarian ideas, Rudolf Rocker uses the struggle of freedom against power as his theoretical framework. George H. Smith The System of Liberty In my last essay I discussed the “lust for power” and how this theme has played a key role in classical liberal and libertarian thinking.

  7. Rudolf Rocker and the Will to Power, Part 2 |

    A refreshing feature of Nationalism and Culture is Rudolf Rocker’s appreciation for the crucial role that the theory of natural rights has played in the defense of individual freedom against the power of the state. Rocker also understood that the anarchistic implications of natural- rights theory were the primary reason why defenders of state ...

  8. The Six | The Anarchist Library

    In The Six Rudolf Rocker has taken some well-known figures from world literature and done two things with them: first he has made them live again, and then he has made them, serve a purpose of his own; without doing violence in any way to the traditional character of any one of them, he has used them to introduce a beautiful dream of a world …

  9. rudolf rocker

    by Rudolf Rocker| May 1, 1988 4.74.7 out of 5 stars(8) Paperback Switch Plate Single Rocker/GFCI - Christmas Holiday Rudolf Sign Border Frame Blank $10.99$10.99 FREE delivery Jan 4 - 26 Poverty of Statism: Anarchism vs Marxism: A Debate: Bukharin, Fabbri, Rocket by Nikolai Bukharin, Luigi Fabbri, et al.| Jan 1, 1981 5.05.0 out of 5 stars(1)

  10. Quote by Rudolf Rocker: “Liberalism and Democracy were pre ...

    Rudolf Rocker > Quotes > Quotable Quote. (?) “Liberalism and Democracy were pre-eminently political concepts, and, since the great majority of the original adherents of both maintained the right of ownership in the 'old sense, these had to renounce them both when economic development took a course which could not be practically reconciled ...

  11. The Six - AK Press

    The Six by Rudolf Rocker, which was translated by Ray E. Chase, was originally published in 1938 by the Rocker Publications Committee. Since then, The Six has been unavailable except as rare finds in used bookstores. In the introduction, Ray Chase observes: “I think nothing reveals more convincingly, not only Rocker’s literary skill, but ...