The Anarchist FAQ

Liberty is the mother, not the daugher, of order.


  1. Red Emma Speaks - Emma Goldman
  2. Anarchist Reader, various authors
  3. For a New Liberty, Murray Rothbard
  4. What is Property?, Pierre Proudhon
  5. Anarchy, pamphlet by Errico Malatesta
  6. The Individual, Society, and the State by Benjamin Tucker
  7. The Social Monster, Johann Most
  8. Our Revolution: Essays and Interpretations, Victor Yarros
  9. "Anarchism," Ency. Britannica (1910), Peter Kropotkin
  10. Instead of a Book, Benjamin Tucker
  11. The Peaceful Revolutionist, Josiah Warren
  12. Demanding the Impossible, Peter Marshall
  13. Evolution and Environment, Peter Kropotkin
  14. No Gods, No Masters, Daniel Guerin
  15. Mutual Aid, Peter Kropotkin
  16. Modern Science and Anarchism, Peter Kropotkin
  17. The Art of Not Being Governed, James C. Scott
  18. The Problem of Political Authority, Michael Huemer
  19. The End of Anarchism?, Luigi Galleani
  20. What is Anarchism?, Alexander Berkman
  21. The Ethics of Liberty, Murray Rothbard
  22. Liberty, Equality & Solidarity, Lucy Parsons
  23. Michael Bakunin: Selected Writings, Michael Bakunin
  24. Fra Contadini, Errico Malatesta
  25. Anarcho-syndicalism, Rudolf Rocker
  26. Errico Malatesta: His Life and Ideas, Errico Malatesta
  27. Social Statics, Herbert Spencer
  28. The Breakdown of Nations, Leopold Kohr
  29. Equitable Commerce, Josiah Warren
  30. The Ecology of Freedom, Murray Bookchin
  31. The Politics of Obedience: The Discourse on Voluntary Servitude, Étienne de la Boétie
  32. The General Idea of the Revolution, Pierre Proudhon
  33. A Future of Peace and Capitalism, Murray N. Rothbard
  34. Bitcoin is not a monetary system, Jeffrey Tucker
  35. The Ego and Its Own, Max Stirner
  36. Second Treatise on Government, John Locke
  37. underconstruction
  38. Man's Rights, Ayn Rand
  39. War, Peace, and the State, Murray Rothbard
  40. Man For Himself, Eric Fromm
  41. In Defense of Anarchism, Robert Wolff
  42. A Lance for Anarchy, Voltairine de Cleyre
  43. God and the State, Michael Bakunin
  44. Property Panarchy, Hogeye Bill
  45. Ecology and Revolutionary Thought, Murray Bookchin
  46. Post-Scarcity Anarchism
  47. Primitivist Primer, John Moore
  48. Individualist Feminism: The Lost Tradition, Wendy McElroy
  49. The Kingdom of God is Within You, Leo Tolstoy
  50. Was Gandhi an Anarchist?, Josh Fattal
  51. The Making of An Anarchist, Voltairine de Cleyre
  52. A Vindication of Natural Society, Edmund Burke
  53. An Enquiry Concerning Political Justice, William Godwin
  54. The Production of Security, Gustave de Molinari
  55. Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media, Noam Chomsky
  56. The Anatomy of the State, Murray Rothbard
  57. The State: Its Historic Role, Peter Kropotkin
  58. The Political Philosophy of Bakunin
  59. Remaking Society, Murray Bookchin
  60. Ethics, Peter Kropotkin
  61. The State, Franz Oppenheimer
  62. Anarchism & American Traditions, Voltairine de Cleyre
  63. No Treason VI: The Constitution of No Authority, Lysander Spooner
  64. Armies that Overlap, Benjamin Tucker
  65. Libertarian Left: Free-Market Anti-Capitalism, The Unknown Ideal, Sheldon Richman
  66. The Psychology of Authority, Michael Huemer
  67. Bakunin on Anarchism
  68. Mises' Legacy to Feminism, Wendy McElroy
  69. Defense Services on the Free Market, Murray N. Rothbard
  70. The Machinery of Freedom, David Friedman
  71. Demystifying the State, Wendy McElroy
  72. My Disillusionment in Russia, Emma Goldman
  73. Economic Calculation in the Socialist Commonwealth, Ludwig von Mises
  74. The Use of Knowledge in Society, Friedrich A. Hayek
  75. The Triumph of Conservatism, Gabriel Kolko
  76. Book Review: The Triumph of Conservatism, Jacob Peets
  77. Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, John Perkins
  78. Corporations and Corporatism: A Review of “Unequal Protection”, Hogeye Bill
  79. Natural Law Corporations, Hogeye Bill
  80. Anarchist Individualism as Life and Activity, Émile Armand
  81. General Walker and the Anarchists, Benjamin Tucker
  82. The Individualist and the Communist. A Dialogue, Rosa Slobodinsky & Voltairine de Cleyre
  83. Community Technology, Karl Hess
  84. Homebrew Industrial Revolution, Kevin Carson
  85. The Nature of Law, Roderick Long
  86. State Socialism and Anarchism, Benjamin R. Tucker
  87. Panarchy(1860), P. E. de Puydt
  88. Anarchism(1901), Voltairine de Cleyre
  89. Are We All Mutualists?, Kevin Carson
  90. New Libertarian Manifesto, Samuel Edward Konkin III
  91. 101 Things To Do 'Til The Revolution, Claire Wolfe
  92. Gene Sharp's Methods of Nonviolent Action
  93. The Red Virgin: Memoirs of Louise Michel
  94. Kropotkin, Martin A. Miller
  95. Act for Yourselves, Peter Kropotkin
  96. Living My Life, Emma Goldman
  97. Anarchist Motherhood, Caroline Waldron Merithew
  98. Italian Anarchism, 1864–1892, Nunzio Pernicone
  99. Reinventing Anarchy, Again, “Why the Black Flag?”, Howard Ehrlich (ed.)
  100. Louise Michel, Edith Thomas
  101. The Haymarket Tragedy, Paul Avrich
  102. Emma Goldman: A Documentary History of the American Years
  103. Anarchy! An Anthology of Emma Goldman’s Mother Earth
  104. The Spanish Anarchists, Murray Bookchin
  105. Freedom, Peter Peterson
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The Anarchist FAQ
  1. What is Anarchism?
  2. Why are anarchists
    against the State?
  3. How does anarchism help
    solve our major problems?
  4. Are “anarcho”-communists
    really anarchists?
  5. What would a stateless
    society look like?
  6. What do anarchists do?
  7. Do you have symbols & art?
  8. Bibliography
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