Paris Commune, Vendome - May 16, 1871

Anarchism swept us away completely because it both demanded everything of us and offered everything to us. There was no remote corner of life that it failed to illumine ... or so it seemed to us.... Shot through with contradictions, fragmented into varieties and sub-varieties, anarchism demanded, before anything else, harmony between deeds and words.
--Victor Serge, Memoirs of a Revolutionary

It is often said that anarchists live in a world of dreams to come and do not see the things which happen today. We see them only too well, and in their true colors, and that is what makes us carry the hatchet into the forests of prejudices that beset us.
--Peter Kropotkin, Anarchism: Its Philosophy and Ideal

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