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  Michael Bakunin
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The following periodical appears in Anarchy Archives thanks to FLA, the Federacion Libertaria Argentina and their project, Biblioteca-Archivo de Estudios Libertarios.

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The natural factors, powerful and persistent, simple yet complex, prudent and wise by means of their conscience, are the only ones that can bring humanity back to its fair ways, the perennial equilibrium between necessitites and the ample freedom of satisfying these.

To deny the necessity and utility of the struggle for life, is to deny the irritable inequality produced by this same struggle, since the struggle is produced because someone holds what is necessary and useful for every individual and hence holds collectivity.

If there is a struggle, if we must fight to increase our means of living to live comfortably and happily, this struggle must not be between individuals, and it is human, fair and scientific to eliminate the causes that generate such an irrational struggle, a blatant contradiction between the natural necessities of living, and the artificial obstacles to beat these.

Let's vindicate life. Let's fight against the rebellious nature that surrounds us. We have more than enough obstacles to overcome to find ourselves in calm possession of the planet that belongs to us. Let's conquer the Earth. She belongs to all of us and is here for all of whom inhabit it. Let's subjugate all the natural forces under our empire, and put them under the disposition and for the benefit of Man. But, please! Let's stop this barbarity and abolish the Property of some that makes for the unhappiness of everyone.


With the occasion of the indulgence of Queen Victoria, the princess of Wales took the initiative of hosting an annual dinner for 300,000 working-class individuals of London... Let's suppose that the number is exact and you shall deduct that there are only 300,000 workers in London!

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