Liberating Society from the State and Other Writings: A Political Reader
Erich Muhsam was born into a middle-class Jewish family, and challenged the conventions of bourgeois society and the turn of the century. He instigated heated debates on the rights of women and homosexuals, and traveled Europe in search of radical communes and artist colonies. He was a primary instigator of the ill-fated Bavarian Council Republic in 1919, and held the libertarian banner high during a Weimar Republic that cam under increasing threat from right-wing forces.
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