Do We Ever Really Get Out Of Anarchy – Alfred G. Cuzán
In “Do We Ever Really Get Out of Anarchy?”, Alfred G. Cuzan argues that society is always in anarchy, and we don’t escape it just because a government is declared to be in existence. Government is simply a kind of feudalism that gives anarchic liberty to some but not to others. It is better described as political anarchy, he argues. While government’s subjects – those not in its employ – must go through government in order to trade or resolve disputes with their fellow man, government participants don’t. As such they are in a state of anarchy in relation to one another. They settle disputes among themselves, without reference to any third party. Anarchy is effectively reserved for one class of people, and denied to another under political anarchy.
Ernesto “Che” Guevara – Notes for the Study of Man and Socialism in Cuba”
Ernesto “Che” Guevara wrote “Notes for the Study of Man and Socialism in Cuba” in the form
of a letter to Carlos Quijano, editor of Marcha, an independent radical zoeekly published in
Montevideo, Uruguay. It bore the dateline “Havana, 1965.” In addition to appearing in Marcha,
it was printed by Verde Olivo, the magazine of the Cuban armed forces.