you do with the man who talks instead of playing? What will you do with the unclean man who may sit next to you? What will you do with the man who won't pay his share? etc., etc.
The objections are endless if you choose to base them on what might happen, but this fails to alter the fact that if we consider what actually does happen we find a free organisation of this kind entirely practical.
It is not, I hope, necessary now to point out the folly of those who pretend that such an organisation is analogous to Government.
In a Government organisation people are bound together not by a common purpose, but by law, with the threat of prison behind. The enterprise is supported, not in accordance with the amount of interest taken in it, but by a general compulsion. The part played by each is dictated, and can be enforced. In a free organisation it is merely suggested, and the suggestion is followed only if the individual agrees, for there can be no compulsion.
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THE ANARCHIST REVOLUTION.
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