TITLE

THE MELBOURNE ANARCHIST CLUB 1886-1891

AUTHOR(S)
Merrifield, S.
PUB. DATE
November 1962
SOURCE
Bulletin of the Australian Society for the Study of Labour Histo;Nov1962, Issue 3, p32
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the formation and activities of the Melbourne Anarchists' Club in Melbourne, Victoria between 1886 and 1891. The organization came together within the Australian Secular Association founded in 1882, with half of the members coming from the defunct Working Men's Political Reform Association. The Melbourne Anarchists' Club was officially formed on May 1, 1886. An outline of the objectives of the Melbourne Anarchists' Club is presented. Among the expressed goals are the speedy dissolution of governing institutions and monopolies and the promotion liberty, equality and fraternity among the working people of all ranks.
ACCESSION #
47600232

 

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