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Direct Action

Voltairine de Cleyre, 1912


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Resource IDdecleyre1912
Resource titleDirect Action
Author/sourceVoltairine de Cleyre
Date published 1912
Summary text/ abstractEvery person who ever thought he had a right to assert, and went boldly and asserted it, himself, or jointly with others that shared his convictions, was a direct actionist. Some thirty years ago I recall that the Salvation Army was vigorously practising direct action in the maintenance of the freedom of its members to speak, assemble, and pray. Over and over they were arrested, fined, and imprisoned; but they kept right on singing, praying, and marching, till they finally compelled their persecutors to let them alone. The Industrial Workers are now conducting the same fight, and have, in a number of cases, compelled the officials to let them alone by the same direct tactics.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Direct Action & Protest
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