Anarchy or Order: Annual Report 1982-1991
Among the forty millions of born Englishmen, born Irishmen, born Scotsmen and born Welsh men probably few theoretical anarchists could be found. The anarchists of the United Kingdom, almost without exception, are undesirable aliens who brought their anarchism with them to our shores. But, while anarchist doctrine is rarely held or preached by British men and women, anarchist modes of thinking and living are en countered every day, in all ranks and conditions of society. I want it, so I will have it or I hate it, so I won't do it or What other people think is no concern of mine or I mean to live my own life in my own way or Let the man next door take care of himself and I will take care of myself - these and similar sayings are being uttered, not as the pert boast ings of an afiected egoism, but as deliberate axioms by which to make the most and best of life. And what is far worse, they are not only spoken but acted upon with a thoroughness which outruns mere selfishness and becomes downright Anarchy. And out of so much an archist practice, anarchist doctrine is sure to arise if the practice be not exposed and con demned and corrected.
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