Alexander Berkman knew his audience. His easy-to- understand style was aimed directly at the working people who would benefit most from a world without hierarchy. In just two chapters (taken from the 1929 book, What is Communist Anarchism?) Berkman is able to fully explore the systemic problems between wage earner and boss, as well as explain the relationship between law, government, and the exploitation of the working class.
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