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Unruly equality U.S. anarchism in the twentieth century by Andrew Cornell

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Written in English

Subjects:

  • Anarchism,
  • History

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (pages 301-369) and index.

Other titlesU.S. anarchism in the twentieth century
StatementAndrew Cornell
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHX843 .C667 2016
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 399 pages
Number of Pages399
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27200566M
ISBN 100520286731, 0520286758
ISBN 109780520286733, 9780520286757
LC Control Number2015022451
OCLC/WorldCa909319969

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  Unruly Equality book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The first intellectual and social history of American anarchist thou /5(6).   His book, Unruly Equality, unearths a treasure of strategies, tactics, and analysis from the US anarchist movement between the first World War and the s. Dispelling the myth of this period as a "dark ages" for anarchism, Cornell shows a wealth of nuanced changes and developments in the different but overlapping tendencies of anarchism.5/5(4).   Unruly Equality traces U.S. anarchism as it evolved from the creed of poor immigrants militantly opposed to capitalism early in the twentieth century to one that today sees resurgent appeal among middle-class youth and foregrounds political activism around ecology, feminism, and opposition to cultural alienation. Unruly Equality traces US anarchism as it evolved from the creed of poor immigrants militantly opposed to capitalism early in the twentieth century to one that today sees resurgent appeal among middle-class youth and foregrounds political activism around ecology, feminism, and opposition to cultural alienation.

  Unruly Equality: This history of modern anarchy highlights the “outsider” perspectives that drive modern rebellions. Unruly Equality: U.S. Anarchism in the 20th Century, by Andrew Cornell, is a thorough look at how the quest for less government—or none at 5/5. Unruly Equality Book Description: The first intellectual and social history of American anarchist thought and activism across the twentieth centuryIn this highly accessible history of anarchism in the United States, Andrew Cornell reveals an astounding continuity and development across the century. In Unruly Equality: US Anarchism in the 20th Century, Andrew Cornell traces a prehistory of the contemporary anarchist movement in the USA, showing anarchism to be a complex and evolving ideology that cannot be reduced to the pursuit of individual book will be of use to those looking to concern themselves with both the historical role and future prospects of anarchism as a. Andrew Cornell’s project in Unruly Equality is to bring some order to the mayhem. His book, a history of American anarchism in the 20th century, outlines the evolution of this radical political philosophy from to and spans everything from the New Deal to punk rock, from atomic warfare to the Civil Rights Movement.

  Unruly Equality makes a real contribution to the history of American anarchism and may – if it is widely read and carefully considered – make a contribution to anarchism’s future as well." Toward Freedom - Kristian Williams. The book is scholarly and highly readable Highly recommended." Choice - Brand: University of California Press. Cornell applied the “Page 99 Test” to his new book, Unruly Equality: U.S. Anarchism in the Twentieth Century, and reported the following: Turning to page 99 of Unruly Equality, we find a mild-mannered, mustachioed anarchist named Harry Kelly recounting the birth of the Mohegan Colony. These politically powerless unruly women threatened to disrupt the underlying social structure of the Old South, which depended on the services and cooperation of all women. Bynum examines the effects of women's social and sexual behavior on the dominant society and shows the ways in which power flowed between private and public s: Unruly Equality traces US anarchism as it evolved from the creed of poor immigrants militantly opposed to capitalism early in the twentieth century to one that today sees resurgent appeal among middle-class youth and foregrounds political activism around ecology, feminism, and opposition to cultural alienation. (source: Nielsen Book Data).