By Noam Chomsky
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Falk, Love, Anarchy, and Emma Goldman (New York, NY: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1984). 47. E. Goldman, “Was My Life Worth Living? Harper’s Monthly Magazine 170 (1934). 48. ; George Ritzer included Sandefur and MacLean’s entry on Goldman in his Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology: “Emma Goldman’s contributions to sociology are most evident in her political critiques of major social institutions: the family and marriage, religion, industrial capital, education, and most importantly, the state. Mentored by the most prominent anarchists of her time, she incorporated various strains of anarchy into a social movement reflective of a historical period of American radicalism often lost to historians.
Pareto, Sociological Writings (New York, NY: Frederick A. Praeger, 1966), p. 121. 78. J. Tarascio, “Pareto: A View of the Present Through the Past,” Journal of Political Economy 84:1 (1976), pp. 109-122. 79. J. Femia, Pareto and Political Theory (New York, NY: Routledge, 2006). 80. Yet, Dina later left Pareto for a socialist, which could explain part of Pareto’s emotional coldness towards anarchism. Charles H. Powers, Vilfredo Pareto (Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications, 1987). 81. DuBois was far more indebted to mainstream Marxist-Leninist influences than anarchism: he traveled to the Soviet Union in 1926, claimed “I am a Bolshevik” (Lewis 2000, p.
If deemed important enough to be featured in the following widely-read works, individuals were then potentially available for inclusion in this chapter. Anarchists from Daniel Guerin’s No Gods, No Masters (2005), Paul Eltzbacher’s The Great Anarchists (2004), and Peter Marshall’s Demanding the Impossible (1992) were of key focus, as were sociologists discussed in Lewis Coser’s Masters of Sociological Thought (1971), George Ritzer’s Sociological Theory (2008), and Randall Collins’s 26 Chapter One Four Sociological Traditions (1994).
Anarchism, Marxism & hope for the future by Noam Chomsky