The State … is the most flagrant, the most cynical, and the most complete negation of humanity. It shatters the universal solidarity of all men on the earth, and brings some of them into association only for the purpose of destroying, conquering, and enslaving all the rest. — Mikhail Bakunin
"Above all, always be capable of feeling deeply any injustice committed against anyone, anywhere in the world. This is the most beautiful quality in a revolutionary." — Ernesto 'Che' Guevara
Revolution is not a dinner party, nor an essay, nor a painting, nor a piece of embroidery; it cannot be advanced softly, gradually, carefully, considerately, respectfully, politely, plainly, and modestly. A revolution is an insurrection, an act of violence by which one class overthrows another. — Mao Tse-Tung
Anarchy is... a form of government or constitution in which public and private consciousness, formed through the development of science and law, is alone sufficient to maintain order and guarantee all liberties. — Pierre-Joseph Proudhon
Sociability is as much a law of nature as mutual struggle. — Peter Kropotkin
The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don't have any. — Alice Walker
If there be such a thing as truth, it must infallibly be struck out by the collision of mind with mind. — William Godwin
We're supposed to worship Adam Smith but you're not supposed to read him. That's too dangerous. He's a dangerous radical. — Noam Chomsky
A truly free man does not like to play the part of either the ruler or the ruled. He is, above all, concerned with making his inner values and personal powers effective in a way as to permit him to use his own judgment in all affairs and to be independent in action. — Rudolf Rocker
Let us convince ourselves once and for all that laws are merely useless and dangerous; their only object is to multiply crimes or to allow them to be committed with impunity on account of the secrecy they necessitate. Without laws and religions it is impossible to imagine the degree of glory and grandeur human knowledge would have attained by now; the way these base restraints have retarded progress is unbelievable; and that is the sole service they have rendered to man. — Marquis de Sade