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  1. Politically there are serious problems with Dolgoff's brand of worker-centered anarchism. Even during his "career" in the anarchist movement there were more interesting ideas that he frequently rejected in favor of a labor-focused approach.That said, this book is a pretty unique history of the anarchist movement in the United States from the 1920s-1970s. It's title is appropriate as it contains a lot of fragments and anecdotes that are helpful in giving a sense of what happened during that perio [...]

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