Anarchy and violence

The author starts out from power violence and opposes it to anti-power and therefore anti-violence anarchy. He describes the trends of anarchism, the means used by anarchists, their debates about the use of violence and the terrorist age of anarchy. According to his standpoint, to a large extent, the violent solutions can be traced back to the moral characteristics of one or another movement. He argues that anarchy is the least violent of the various emancipation movements.