Issue 129

The Unconquered Remnant: The Hopis and Voluntaryism

By Peter Spotswood Dillard From Number 129 What is the oldest voluntaryist society existing in the continental United States? The answer may surprise you. Perched atop three mighty mesas in northeastern Arizona, the Hopi Indians have developed a peaceful, nonviolent, and anarchistic society that has endured for at least a millennium. Archaeologists believe that the …

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Violence and the Lie:

By Alexander Solzhenitsyn From Number 129 We shall be told: what can literature possibly do against the ruthless onslaught of open violence? But let us not forget that violence does not live alone and is not capable of living alone: it is necessarily interwoven with THE LIE. Between them exists the most intimate, the deepest …

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Remarks on the Graduation of William Watner, Homeschooler June 4, 2005:

by Carl Watner from Number 129   I’d like to begin my remarks this afternoon by giving a little historical perspective to homeschooling. I think we often forget that parent-directed education of children was the norm throughout most of American history. In the days before mass public schooling, a large percentage of this country’s children …

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