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Benjamin Tucker

Data urodzenia:17. Kwiecień 1854
Data zgonu:22. Czerwiec 1939

Benjamin Tucker – amerykański anarchoindywidualista oraz redaktor i wydawca anarchistycznego periodyku Liberty.

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„Wspólnota nie istnieje – twierdził. – Istnieje jedynie kombinacja jednostek, z których żadna nie ma i nie może mieć jakichkolwiek przywilejów nad inną.“ Źródło: Andrzej Krajewski, [http://www. newsweek. pl/wiadomosci-biznesowe/libertarianie--prorocy-wolnosci-absolutnej,88762,2,1. html Libertarianie. Prorocy wolności absolutnej, newsweek. pl, 3 marca 2012]

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American journalist and anarchist
„The development of the economic programme which consists in the destruction of these monopolies and the substitution for them of the freest competition led its authors to a perception of the fact that all their thought rested upon a very fundamental principle, the freedom of the individual, his right of sovereignty over himself, his products, and his affairs, and of rebellion against the dictation of external authority. Just as the idea of taking capital away from individuals and giving it to the government started Marx in a path which ends in making the government everything and the individual nothing, so the idea of taking capital away from government-protected monopolies and putting it within easy reach of all individuals started Warren and Proudhon in a path which ends in making the individual everything and the government nothing. If the individual has a right to govern himself, all external government is tyranny. Hence the necessity of abolishing the State. This was the logical conclusion to which Warren and Proudhon were forced, and it became the fundamental article of their political philosophy. It is the doctrine which Proudhon named An-archism, a word derived from the Greek, and meaning, not necessarily absence of order, as is generally supposed, but absence of rule. The Anarchists are simply unterrified Jeffersonian Democrats. They believe that "the best government is that which governs least," and that that which governs least is no government at all.“ Selected essays and writings on Individualist anarchism & Liberty:

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