Publisher: Kate Sharpley Library
Released: January 1, 2002
Mainly written around 1901 and centering on the case of Ciancabilla, one of many anarchist editors and militants who was promptly attacked by the State following McKinley's assassination. A fascinating glimpse into our history.
"We anarchists contend that the individual who stands highest on the social ladder and best embodies the political and economic oppression from which the laboring people suffers horribly, that individual is naturally the one most exposed to eruptions of rebellion from the oppressed and disinherited, from sufferers with emancipated minds as well as from empty-bellied sufferers. In the calling of president, king, emperor, there are professional risks and work hazards..."