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an advocate of anarchism

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A reporter present seized upon the word "revolution," divorced it from the text, and wrote a garbled account that made Emil Gluck appear an anarchist.
He had become a monomaniac and an anarchist--not a philosophic anarchist, merely, but a violent anarchist.
AN Anarchist Orator who had been struck in the face with a Dead Cat by some Respector of Law to him unknown, had the Dead Cat arrested and taken before a Magistrate.
That," replied the Anarchist, who was not without a certain hardness of head, "that is none of your business; I am not bound to be consistent.
Maurice Blum started out as an anarchist of principle, a father of the poor; he ended a greasy spy and tale-bearer that both sides used and despised.
At another time they sent us a telegram which probably was the means of preventing an anarchist crank from taking my employer's life.
The first Anarchist," Maud laughed, rising and preparing to withdraw to her state-room.
Nietzsche, the supposed anarchist, here plainly disclaims all relationship whatever to anarchy, for he shows us that only by bearing the burdens of the existing law and submitting to it patiently, as the camel submits to being laden, does the free spirit acquire that ascendancy over tradition which enables him to meet and master the dragon "Thou shalt,"--the dragon with the values of a thousand years glittering on its scales.
His reputation, which transpired with his identity, was that of a libertine and a renegade, while the infernal apparatus upstairs revealed the fiendish arts of the anarchist to boot.
You - a desperate socialist or anarchist - which is it?
It's a society," he explained, standing ponderously by the side of the arm-chair, "not anarchist in principle, but open to all shades of revolutionary opinion.
Julius Laspara no doubt knew which of his girls it was who, after casually vanishing for a few years, had as casually returned to him possessed of that child; but, with admirable pedantry, he had refrained from asking her for details--no, not so much as the name of the father, because maternity should be an anarchist function.
The incident happened in the Exarchia area of the capital, a neighborhood, well-known as a home for Greek anarchists.
The French Anarchists in London, 1880-1914: Exile arid Transnationalism in the First Globalisation, by Constance Bantman.
Overall, the article argues that anarchists cultivated connections with punk in this context because they saw it as awash with the potential to bridge generations of political dissent; to support emerging activist projects; and to help usher in new expressions of radical culture in the city.