Karl Hess on the extentions of American Anarchism





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Published on Mar 11, 2008

Again from "Anarchism in America", here are the thoughts of the late Karl Hess when asked about the anarchist tendencies in the American spirit. After watching this movie again recently, this passage struck me with a new light after the degradation of the online radical movement, or whatever it was. I'm coming close to an end to my attempts at general education, so this might turn out to be my swan song if I don't find anything else. I'll leave this channel up only because I've seen first hand the beacon something like this can serve to someone thirsty for knowledge.

"Anarchism in America" was made in 1981 by Pacific Street Films. They did several other films, including "The Jewish Anarchists" and more. Check them out:

www.pacificstreetfilms.com; www.akpress.com


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