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  2. Rudolf Rocker - Wikipedia

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    Johann Rudolf Rocker (March 25, 1873 – September 19, 1958) was a German anarchist writer and activist. He was born in Mainz to a Roman Catholic artisanal family. His father died when he was a child, and his mother when he was in his teens, so he spent some time in an orphanage. As a youth he worked as a cabin boy on river boats and was then ...

  3. An anarcho-syndicalist writer and activist of some prominence, whose politics had a major influence in the Spanish Civil War and the jewish émigré community in London, England (see The London Years ). His political ideas had emerged from the failings of late 19th century Marxism/Social Democracy under the Germany's SPD, having seen firsthand ...

  4. Rudolf Rocker - Wikiquote

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    Rudolf Rocker. For the Anarchist, freedom is not an abstract philosophical concept, but the vital concrete possibility for every human being to bring to full development all capacities and talents with which nature has endowed him, and turn them to social account. Rudolf Rocker ( 25 March 1873 – 19 September 1958) was an anarcho-syndicalist ...

  5. Rocker, Rudolf, 1873-1958 | libcom.org

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    Rudolf Rocker. Born 25 March 1873 - Mainz, Germany, died 19 September 1958 - New York, USA. Rudolf Rocker was born in Mainz, in the German Rhineland, into a Catholic family of skilled workers with liberal views. His parents died young, and he was sent to a Catholic orphanage. He was apprenticed as a bookbinder, and followed the trade as a ...

  6. Anarcho-Syndicalism (Pluto Classics) Jun 20, 1998. by Rudolf Rocker, Noam Chomsky. ( 2 ) $8.99. Rudolf Rocker’s classic survey of anarcho-syndicalism was written during the Spanish Civil War to explain to the wider reading public the ideology which inspired the social revolution in Spain. It remains unsurpassed as a general introduction to ...

  7. Rudolf Rocker Quotes (Author of Anarcho-Syndicalism) - Goodreads

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    Like. “Socialism will be free, or it will not be at all.”. ― Rudolf Rocker, Anarcho-Syndicalism: Theory and Practice. 1 likes. Like. “For just as the worker cannot be indifferent to the economic conditions of his life in existing society, so he cannot remain indifferent to the political structure of his country.

  8. Rudolf Rocker: an anarchist ‘rabbi’ in London | Red Pepper

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    October 12, 2021 · 9 min read. Rudolf Rocker, right, with Milly Witkop and their son Fermin. Originally from Germany, the anarchist thinker Rudolf Rocker spent much of his life in exile in some of the world’s major cities – Paris, London, New York – where he always gravitated towards immigrants involved in radical politics, most notably ...

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

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    Rudolf Rocker, meanwhile, now in London, spent three more years as a bookbinder, then learned of an opportunity for a writer and editor that was going to open up a few months hence on a Yiddish-language anarchist paper published in London's then largely Jewish East End. Theologically speaking, the young Rudolf Rocker was an atheist.

  10. Rudolf Rocker | The Kaiserreich Wiki | Fandom

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    Rudolf Rocker is an influential German anarcho-syndicalist and part of the FVdG (Free Association of German Trade Unions). The association is officially outlawed in Germany and most members operate from underground, Rocker however is exiled in Paris and cooperates with French authorities. He is one of the main advocates for a peaceful revolution in Germany. Born into a fairly well-off, anti ...