Emigration was one of the great dreams of 19th century European workers, and Brazil was just one of the 'New Worlds' which took, and showed them that the promise such lands promised was easily broken. But the anarchist dream of freedom and revolution came with them, and workers - Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Russian and Brazilian - fought to make it a reality. And it was not only rampant capitalism they had to fight, but also state-worshippers, both Left and Right. This pamphlet contains an outline of the history of the anarchist movement in Brazil to the present day, and records some of the figures who made it what it was.
|Title:||Against All Tyranny!: Essays on Anarchism in Brazil||Publisher:||Kate Sharpley Library|
|Author:||Edgar Rodrigues, Renato Ramos, Alexandre Samis|
|No. of Pages:||34|
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