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Anarchism envisions a flexible pluralist society where all the needs of mankind would be supplied by an infinite variety of voluntary associations. The world is honeycombed with affinity groups from chess clubs to anarchist propaganda groups. They are formed, dissolved, and reconstituted according to the fluctuating needs and fancies of the individual adherents. It is precisely because they reflect "individual preferences" that such groups are the lifeblood of the free society.
— Sam Dolgoff
The Relevance of Anarchism to Modern Society (1970)
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1893 -- The day after a riot of the unemployed, Emma Goldman addresses a public meeting, in NY city urging those in need to take bread if they are hungry. Tomorrow evening she helps lead a procession of several hundred anarchists to Union Square, where, among many other speakers, she addresses a crowd of the unemployed.