Midwest Book Review
October 15th, 2015
No Gods No Masters No Peripheries: Global Anarchisms gathers essays that discuss anarchism in regions outside of Europe and offers a diverse collection that represents an effort to expand the range of geographical and political images that the movement has traditionally presented. From the historical relationships between anarchism and communism to historic insurgencies, different styles of insurrection, regional conflicts and leaders, and deceptions, this contrasts various movements, leaders, the roots of political engagements and anarchism, and the political and social milieu of events with an eye to drawing together important regional aspects of a subject more commonly considered in the European arena. College-level political science students, in particular, will find it a compelling, thought-provoking collection.