Anarchism in Germany Volume I: The Early Years by Andrew R. Carlson

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3. For example see: "Wer war LeSSing ? " Der freie Arbeiter ( Berlin) , No. 8, XXII ( February 23, 1929); "Heinrich Heine," Litterarische Beilage zum "Sozialist" ( Berlin) , No. 6 , III ( F ebruary 6, 189 7) , 23- 24; No. 7, III ( February 1 3 , 1897) , 2728; No. 8 , III ( February 20 , 1897) , 30- 3 1 . Der arme Konrad ( B erlin) , No. 6 , IV ( February 1 1 , 1899) , 23 c ontains an article on Goethe; and Gustav Landauer points out in "Borne und der Anarchismus, " Sozialistische M onatshefte ( 1899) , 353, that Schiller was not an anarchist.

7 3 Marr spent the remainder of his long life wandering; writing books and articles about his travels through C entral America and the United States, dying in the United States in 1904. He had early in life developed a hatred of authoritarianism; he Spiritual Ancestors 31 dedicated himself to the victory of anar chy, but as the years p roduced no anarchist swell to drown authoritarianism , he event­ ually became disillusioned, turning to wand ering and journalism . There are a number of other well-known Germans who in one way or another, early in their lives in the 18 4Q l s - 18 50 ' s, were imbued with anarchist ideas.

6, XXI ( February 1 1 , 1928) ; " 1848 - 19 28, " Ibid . , No. , No. 17, XXII (April 27, 19 29) . 3. For example see: "Wer war LeSSing ? " Der freie Arbeiter ( Berlin) , No. 8, XXII ( February 23, 1929); "Heinrich Heine," Litterarische Beilage zum "Sozialist" ( Berlin) , No. 6 , III ( F ebruary 6, 189 7) , 23- 24; No. 7, III ( February 1 3 , 1897) , 2728; No. 8 , III ( February 20 , 1897) , 30- 3 1 . Der arme Konrad ( B erlin) , No. 6 , IV ( February 1 1 , 1899) , 23 c ontains an article on Goethe; and Gustav Landauer points out in "Borne und der Anarchismus, " Sozialistische M onatshefte ( 1899) , 353, that Schiller was not an anarchist.

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