Errico Malatesta , Errico also spelled Enrico , born Dec. Malatesta became politically active while still in his teens, joining the First International in A dynamic speaker and propagandist, he soon became a leader in the anarchist movement and helped organize anarchist revolutionary groups in Romania , Italy , Spain, and elsewhere in Europe, in Egypt, and in North and South America, including Argentina. Imprisoned for a total of about 12 years during his long career, he was sentenced to death three times and spent some 35 years in exile.
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The word Anarchy comes from the Greek and its literal meaning is without government: the condition of a people who live without a constituted authority, without government. Before such an organisation had begun to be considered both possible and desirable by a whole school of thinkers and accepted as the objective of a party, which has now become one of the most important factors in the social struggles of our time, the word anarchy was universally used in the sense of disorder and confusion; and it is to this day used in that sense by the uninformed as well as by political opponents with an interest in distorting the truth. We will not enter into a philological discussion, since the question is historical and not philological. The common interpretation of the word recognises its true and etymological meaning; but it is a derivative of that meaning due to the prejudiced view that government was a necessary organ of social life, and that consequently a society without government would be at the mercy of disorder, and fluctuate between the unbridled arrogance of some, and the blind vengeance of others. Man, like all living beings, adapts and accustoms himself to the conditions under which he lives, and passes on acquired habits.
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Pamphlet first published in Downloaded with thanks from Endpage. We shall not enter into philological discussions, for the question is not philological but historical. The common interpretation of the word does not misconceive its true etymological signification, but is derived from it, owing to the prejudice that government must be a necessity of the organization of social life, and that consequently a society without government must be given up to disorder, and oscillate between the unbridled dominion of some and the blind vengeance of others. The existence of this prejudice and its influence on the meaning that the public has given to the word is easily explained. Man, like all living beings, adapts himself to the conditions in which he lives, and transmits by inheritance his acquired habits. Thus, being born and having lived in bondage, being the descendant of a long line of slaves, man, when he began to think, believed that slavery was an essential condition of life, and liberty seemed to him impossible.