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  Jason K. MacDuffie af10c26378 fix readme 3 months ago
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 - ~~Daniel Guerin~~
 - ~~Camillo Berneri~~
 - ~~Georges Fontenis~~
-- Murray Bookchin
+- ~~Murray Bookchin~~
 
 1.8.0 - insurrectionist edition
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README.md

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 Quote Sources
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-I have four sources for all my quotes:
+I have several sources for most of my quotes:
 - [Wikiquote](https://en.wikiquote.org)
 - [BrainyQuote](https://www.brainyquote.com) (Generally requires verification)
 - [Marxists Internet Archive](https://marxists.org)
 - [The Anarchist Library](http://theanarchistlibrary.org)
 - [Libertarian Labyrinth](https://www.libertarian-labyrinth.org)
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+Unfortunately some writings do not have an English translation, so I rely on machine translations from other various sources.

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 If we do not do the impossible, we shall be faced with the unthinkable.
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+As a credo, individualist anarchism remained largely a bohemian lifestyle, most conspicuous in its demands for sexual freedom ("free love") and enamored of innovations in art, behavior, and clothing.
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+When lifestyle anarchists call for autonomy rather than freedom, they thereby forfeit the rich social connotations of freedom.
+		-- Murray Bookchin
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+Ironically, the world idealized by primitivists would actually preclude the radical individualism celebrated by the individualist heirs of Max Stirner.
+		-- Murray Bookchin
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+The sovereign, self-sufficient "individual" has always been a precarious basis upon which to anchor a left libertarian outlook.
+		-- Murray Bookchin
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+Certainly, it is already no longer possible, in my view, to call oneself an anarchist without adding a qualifying adjective to distinguish oneself from lifestyle anarchists.
+		-- Murray Bookchin
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+Social ecology is based on the conviction that nearly all of our present ecological problems originate in deep-seated social problems.
+		-- Murray Bookchin
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+Unless we realize that the present market society, structured around the brutally competitive imperative of "grow or die," is a thoroughly impersonal, self-operating mechanism, we will falsely tend to blame other phenomena -- such as technology or population growth -- for growing environmental dislocations.
+		-- Murray Bookchin
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+The idea of dominating nature has a history that is almost as old as that of hierarchy itself.
+		-- Murray Bookchin
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+The point social ecology emphasizes is not that moral and spiritual persuasion and renewal are meaningless or unnecessary; they are necessary and can be educational. But modern capitalism is structurally amoral and hence impervious to moral appeals.
+		-- Murray Bookchin
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+Like it or not, the future of life on this planet pivots on the future of society.
+		-- Murray Bookchin
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+The conflict between wage labor and capital, while it has by no means disappeared, nonetheless lacks the all-embracing importance that it possessed in the past.
+		-- Murray Bookchin
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+What underpins every social conflict in the United States today is the demand for the realization of all human potentialities in a fully rounded, balanced, totalistic way of life.
+		-- Murray Bookchin
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+Unfortunately, a preoccupation with technical size, scale, and even artistry deflects our attention away from the most significant problems of technics -- notably, its ties with the ideals and social structures of freedom.
+		-- Murray Bookchin
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